English translation of 'prevedere'
prevedere il futuro
- (avvenimento, conseguenza)
to foretell the futureera da prevedere
it was to be expectednon si sarebbe potuto prevedere
that couldn't have been foreseennulla lasciava prevedere che...
there was nothing to suggest o to make one think that ...non possiamo prevedere tutto
we can't think of everythingnon possiamo prevedere cosa succederà
we can't foresee what will happencome previsto
as expectedspese previste
anticipated expendituretempo previsto per domani
weather forecast for tomorrowè previsto maltempo per il fine settimana
bad weather is forecast for the weekend
- (avvenimento, conseguenza)
to planprevedere di fare qc
to plan to do sthavevamo previsto di partire oggi
we had planned to leave todayall'ora prevista
at the appointed o scheduled timeprevisto per martedì
scheduled o planned for Tuesday
- (sogg, contratto, legge)
to make provision for,
provide forquesto caso non è previsto dalla legge
the law makes no provision for such a case
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'prevedere' in Other Languages
British English: foresee /fɔːˈsiː/ VERB
If you foresee something, you expect and believe that it will happen.
He did not foresee any problems.
- American English: foresee
- Arabic: يَتَنَبَّأُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: prever
- Chinese: 预见
- Croatian: predvidjeti
- Czech: předvídat
- Danish: forudse
- Dutch: voorzien
- European Spanish: prever
- Finnish: ennakoida
- French: prévoir deviner
- German: vorhersehen
- Greek: προβλέπω
- Italian: prevedere
- Japanese: 予見する
- Korean: 예견하다
- Norwegian: forutse
- Polish: przewidzieć
- European Portuguese: prever
- Romanian: a prevedea
- Russian: предвидеть
- Spanish: prever
- Swedish: förutsäga
- Thai: รู้ล่วงหน้า
- Turkish: öngörmek
- Ukrainian: передбачати
- Vietnamese: thấy trước
British English: anticipate VERB
If you anticipate an event, you realize in advance that it may happen and you are prepared for it.
At the time we couldn't have anticipated the result of our campaigning.
British English: forecast VERB
If you forecast future events, you say what you think is going to happen in the future.
They forecast a humiliating defeat for the Prime Minister.
British English: project VERB
If something is projected, it is planned or expected.
The population is projected to more than double in 30 years.
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Translation of prevedere from the Collins Italian to English
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