previsión


previsión
f.
1 foresight, long-sightedness, far-sightedness, foresightedness.
2 precautionary measure, precaution.
3 anticipation, forecast.
4 provision.
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previsión
nombre femenino
1 (anticipación) forecast
2 (precaución) precaution
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FRASEOLOGÍA
en previsión de as a precaution against
previsión meteorológica weather forecast
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noun f.
forecast
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SF
1) [como cualidad] (=clarividencia) foresight, far-sightedness; (=prudencia) caution
2) (=acto) precaution, precautionary measure

en previsión de algo — (=como precaución) as a precaution against sth; (=esperando) in anticipation of sth

3) (=pronóstico) forecast

previsiones económicas — economic forecast sing

previsión de ventas — sales forecast

las previsiones del plan quinquenal — the forecasts of the five-year plan

previsión del tiempo, previsión meteorológica — weather forecast, weather forecasting

4)

previsión social — social security; Chile pension fund

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femenino
a) (precaución) precaution

en previsión de ... — as a precaution against ...

por falta de previsión — owing to a lack of foresight

un sistema de previsión social — a welfare system

b) (predicción - de resultado) forecast, prediction; (- del tiempo) forecast
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= forecast, forecasting, foresight, forethought, pre-calculation, projection.
Ex. As the sales figures show, DC is very much alive, despite pessimistic forecasts in the 1960s.
Ex. Further, it is necessary to predict in advance the areas in which new subjects are likely to arise and to leave gaps accordingly; this forecasting is obviously difficult.
Ex. Some foresight must be employed in order to make realistic speculations as to the eventual size of the collection that will be covered by any index based upon the thesaurus.
Ex. With a little bit of forethought on such aspects as insulation, windows and even the shape of a building to name only some aspects, considerable economies can be achieved.
Ex. However, several factors affect annual pre-caulculations.
Ex. The article 'OSI: will it ever see the light of day?' concludes that the promise of OSI has been bold and ambitious but that its delivery has been significantly delayed beyond its initial projections.
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* en previsión = anticipatory.
* en previsión de = in anticipation of.
* fondo de previsión = provident fund.
* previsión de futuro = future proofing.
* previsiones de expertos = punditry.
* previsiones para el futuro = future development(s).
* previsión metereológica = weather report.
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femenino
a) (precaución) precaution

en previsión de ... — as a precaution against ...

por falta de previsión — owing to a lack of foresight

un sistema de previsión social — a welfare system

b) (predicción - de resultado) forecast, prediction; (- del tiempo) forecast
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= forecast, forecasting, foresight, forethought, pre-calculation, projection.

Ex: As the sales figures show, DC is very much alive, despite pessimistic forecasts in the 1960s.

Ex: Further, it is necessary to predict in advance the areas in which new subjects are likely to arise and to leave gaps accordingly; this forecasting is obviously difficult.
Ex: Some foresight must be employed in order to make realistic speculations as to the eventual size of the collection that will be covered by any index based upon the thesaurus.
Ex: With a little bit of forethought on such aspects as insulation, windows and even the shape of a building to name only some aspects, considerable economies can be achieved.
Ex: However, several factors affect annual pre-caulculations.
Ex: The article 'OSI: will it ever see the light of day?' concludes that the promise of OSI has been bold and ambitious but that its delivery has been significantly delayed beyond its initial projections.
* en previsión = anticipatory.
* en previsión de = in anticipation of.
* fondo de previsión = provident fund.
* previsión de futuro = future proofing.
* previsiones de expertos = punditry.
* previsiones para el futuro = future development(s).
* previsión metereológica = weather report.

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previsión
feminine
1 (precaución) precaution
en previsión de posibles desórdenes as a precaution against possible disturbances
por falta de previsión owing to a lack of foresight
un sistema de previsión social a welfare system
2 (predicción — de un resultado) forecast, prediction; (— del tiempo) forecast
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previsión sustantivo femenino
a) (precaución) precaution;

en previsión de … as a precaution against …;

por falta de previsión owing to a lack of foresight
b) (predicción) forecast

previsión sustantivo femenino
1 (predicción) forecast
según la previsión de las ventas, according to the sales forecast
2 (precaución) precaution
por falta de previsión, through lack of foresight
'previsión' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
cálculo
- dimanar
- panorama
- verificarse
English:
farsightedness
- forecast
- foresight
- mark
- anticipation
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previsión nf
1. [predicción] forecast
Comp
previsión meteorológica weather forecast;
previsión del tiempo weather forecast;
previsión de ventas sales forecast
2. [visión de futuro] foresight;
esto no entraba en mis previsiones I hadn't foreseen o predicted this
3. [precaución]
en previsión de as a precaution against
4. Andes, RP previsión social social security
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previsión
f
1 (predicción) forecast;
previsión del tiempo weather forecast
2 (preparación) foresight
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previsión nf, pl -siones
1) : foresight
2) : prediction, forecast
3) : precaution
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previsión n forecast
la previsión meteorológica the weather forecast

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • prevision — (n.) 1610s, foresight, from Fr. prévision (14c.), from L. praevidere, from prae (see PRE (Cf. pre )) + videre to see (see VISION (Cf. vision)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • prevision — Prevision. s. f. v. Veuë des choses futures. Il n a d usage que dans le dogmatique. On demande si la predestination suit la prevision des merites …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

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  • Prevision — Pre*vi sion, n. [Cf. F. pr[ e]vision.] Foresight; foreknowledge; prescience. H. Spencer. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • prevision — index premonition Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

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