- v.预知，预见( foresee的过去式 );
He foresaw that it would rain before morning.
You foresaw yourself that that was what it would say.
In a flash, he thought he foresaw the result of this thing.
英汉文学 - 嘉莉妹妹
He foresaw that I should grow hateful to myself.
The spell, that I foresaw might be worked, has worked.
He foresaw by every sign that it would rain before morning.
The prophet foresaw a severe famine in the land.
He foresaw that prices would drop.
He foresaw that this vast, loosely organized empire could not survive intact for long.
他预见到这样辽阔 、 松散的帝国不可能长久完整地存在.
英汉非文学 - 文明史
Mother put up a big picnic lunch, because she foresaw how hungry we would be.
He foresaw that his journey would be delayed by bad weather.
We foresaw all this.
He foresaw a probable loss.
He foresaw a proBaBle money loss for himself, But this had no share in his feeling.
The Lord, who foresaw their suffering, had pity on them and granted the request.