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foresight

US [ˈfɔrˌsaɪt]
UK [ˈfɔː(r)ˌsaɪt]
  • n.先见之明;深谋远虑
  • Web远见;预见;前瞻
Plural Form:foresights  
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n.
1.
深谋远虑;先见之明the ability to predict what is likely to happen and to use this to prepare for the future
She had had the foresight to prepare herself financially in case of an accident.
她有先见之明,经济上作了准备以防万一发生事故。

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