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foresee

verb anticipate, augur, await, be clairvoyant, be provident, conjecture, contemplate, divine, envisage, envision, expect, forecast, forebode, foretell, look ahead, look forward, preconceive, predict, presage, prognosticate, promise, prophesy, show foresight, surmise, vaticinate
Associated concepts: foreseeability as proximate cause
See also: expect, preconceive, predict, presage, prognosticate
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The regulation foresees that implementing measures in policy areas such as trade defence measures will be included in the normal regime.
ENTSOG foresees two stakeholder workshops, in January and October, to lead to a revised ten-year plan by the end of 2010.
/ The development scheme for 2010 foresees the creation of 70 thousand jobs which would meet 83% of the additional demands.
In its autumn economic forecast, Commission foresees that the EU economy will emerge from recession in the second half of 2009.
Goldberg foresees the auto industry showing the greatest increase in aluminum consumption during the year, with construction markets "picking up an adequate supply," be says.
To frame the point in terms of the intend/foresee distinction: while IVF doctors foresee that probably not all of the embryos they create for reproduction will wind up being needed, leaving some to be discarded or donated for research, they do not create embryos with the intention of destructively using them; nor do the researchers who derive stem cells from surplus IVF embryos.
Aid to the Church in Need reports that he foresees that life will not get any better for the Church in the immediate future.
Berk foresees the biggest challenge facing the industry as getting the industry and its professionals operating in an Internet environment.
For the long-term, Natale foresees fairly healthy corporate earnings with double-digit growth over the next nine to 12 months.
In a new report, a panel of the Washington, D.C.-based National Research Council (NRC), chaired by Davis, foresees major changes in the handling of intellectual property.
Bennett foresees that there will be some Y2K problems domestically, but feels that the most significant Y2K problems will occur overseas and will have an effect on worldwide economic growth.