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foreshadow

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishforeshadowfore‧shad‧ow /fɔːˈʃædəʊ $ fɔːrˈʃædoʊ/ verb [transitive]  BEFOREto show or say that something will happen in the future The revolution foreshadowed an entirely new social order.→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
foreshadowThe outcome is foreshadowed by the radio speeches, in which he devoted more attention to tax relief than deficit reduction.The events in Spain in the 1930s foreshadowed the rise of Nazi Germany.This ugly term foreshadows uncertain consequences.Again, a court ruling foreshadowed what a Federal law would eventually require.
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Verb table
foreshadow
Simple Form
Present
itforeshadows
foreshadow
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Past
it, theyforeshadowed
Present perfect
theyhave foreshadowed
ithas foreshadowed
Past perfect
it, theyhad foreshadowed
Future
it, theywill foreshadow
Future perfect
it, theywill have foreshadowed
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