foresight collocations and examples

 UK /ˈfɔː(r)ˌsaɪt/

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the good judgment to plan before an event

Adjectives frequently used with foresight
great, and deserving praise: admirable, commendable, great, remarkableThe local council, showing remarkable foresight, took steps to acquire land for use as public open space.little: littleIt was a ruling made with little foresight.
Verbs frequently used with foresight
have/not have foresight: have, lackParliament does not always have the foresight to limit risk in foresight: demonstrate, display, showThey showed great foresight in investing in emerging technologies.require foresight: require, takeFor a computer network to give the best results, a lot of detailed planning and foresight is required before installation.
Other nouns/adjectives/verbs frequently used with foresight
courage, imagination, inspiration, intelligence, planning, vision, wisdomHe’s had the courage and foresight to plan further ahead than many politicians usually do.
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