To see or know beforehand: foresaw the rapid increase in unemployment. (verb-transitive)
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Use "foresee" in a sentence
"Another problem I foresee is that a user will have to click hundreds of times just to get their top 20 list into a vaguely acceptable state."
"Your eyes do not deceive we - the Houston area's got the plain foresee for sleet today."
"The only problem I can foresee is an administrative bottleneck while the various states 'Secretary of State offices try to cope with a sudden influx of ID requests."