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foresee (v.)

Old English foreseon "have a premonition," from fore- "before" + seon "to see, see ahead" (see see (v.)). Perhaps modeled on Latin providere. Related: Foresaw; foreseeing; foreseen. Similar formation in Dutch voorzien, German vorsehen.

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Definitions of foresee from WordNet

foresee (v.)
realize beforehand;
Synonyms: anticipate / previse / foreknow
foresee (v.)
picture to oneself; imagine possible;
Synonyms: envision
foresee (v.)
act in advance of; deal with ahead of time;
From wordnet.princeton.edu