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foretell (verb), foretells; foretold; foretelling
To tell about or to make known any future events in advance; especially, by means of special knowledge: The executive will foretell what the future will be for the company during the next economic report.
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(Latin: diviner, soothsayer; a member of the college of priests in Rome, who foretold the future; in ancient Rome, a priest who foretold events by interpreting omens)