Traducción de hindsight en Español:


Pronunciación /ˈhaɪn(d)ˌsaɪt//ˈhʌɪn(d)sʌɪt/


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    with (the benefit of) hindsight a posteriori
    • Many times I look back in hindsight and think of how I should have handled a situation.
    • Historical hindsight offers a clarity that people at those times simply did not have.
    • With hindsight, this was a life in hiding, which reached its nadir long after her husband died of a brain tumour.
    • In hindsight, Tung and his ministers can certainly see they could have done a better job.
    • In hindsight I should have just stayed longer, lay down and waited without embarrassment.
    • If we rid ourself of hindsight and our own contemporary mindset, we can see that they had no choice but to opt for the latter.
    • To be fair, with hindsight I would not have done the masters which is currently making my life a misery.
    • We all do stupid things which with hindsight we can't believe we ever did.
    • I take no gratification from being right, and I write this not just with the benefit of hindsight.
    • His book ends with the hope that he'll finally reach shore and hindsight will be gentle.
    • In hindsight, he believes things came too early for him, as his club side snapped up the domestic honours.
    • With hindsight, we know how his moral instinct trumped the evidence for the war and its legality.
    • Playing through Iron Storm was like looking back in hindsight on a historical event.
    • So with hindsight you were very wise to choose a bond with a guarantee.
    • With the benefit of hindsight, I prefer to be philosophical about my experience.
    • With hindsight, did his parents' relationship affect his own relationships with women?
    • With the benefit of hindsight, I should really have realised my limitations and done the easy walk.
    • Newspaper talk about a history of bitterness between us was something invented using hindsight.
    • In hindsight this was already a fairly insensitive and stupid thing to do and almost entirely devoid of humour.
    • Without the benefit of hindsight Marianne's instinct was to run and join her mother on the cattle train.