In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1previsión femininewith total lack of foresight — con total imprevisión
- They really should tell people to use a bit of foresight about their future careers when they are in like, year eight.
- It therefore supplied what all industrialists desired, namely, a degree of foresight, through its ability to cost for future changes.
- I'd like to add to our understanding of that situation by looking, in hindsight, at what was predicted with foresight before the war.
- Since we lack prophetic foresight, we cannot predict the outcomes of our decisions.
- Buyers and sellers have perfect foresight; all future incomes are fully known and are reflected in current asset prices.
- In a guild, the only thing that kept each thief from killing the other was respect: respect of ability, intelligence, foresight, dexterity.
- But he did not display any interest or foresight into what that future might contain: for him, not whatever is, is right, but whatever will be, is right.
- It's about time these highways officers had some foresight or common sense.
- No one, certainly, has perfect foresight into the uncertain future.
- The recent recycling of presidents shows no foresight for the future.
- Perhaps children even posses abilities we do not; intuition, foresight; perhaps even telekinesis.
- We don't necessarily need prophetic foresight, just the ability to calculate what might result from our actions.
- In other words, foresight, the ability to look ahead, is not an esoteric activity restricted to a few people with PhDs.
- This lack of foresight and thoughtless preparation for implementation can clearly have a negative impact on teachers and students, as demonstrated in this study.
- Will the people that care, and whom I want to care, exhibit such foresight and planning?
- Yet look at the damage that many of these other highly speculative and risky professions have caused in the name of science due to their lack of insight, foresight, common sense or humility.
- ‘I knew that was the skill I was going to need,’ he says, as though such foresight is perfectly normal for eight year olds.
- I applaud the Minister's foresight in helping mothers to prepare for an independent future.
- But politics requires foresight and common sense.
- Was it a lack of mental ability, foresight and imagination that was needed many years ago to regenerate what was once a fine city?
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