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prōspiciō ēxī, ectus, ere

SPEC-, to look forward, look into the distance, have a view, look out, look, see : parum prospiciunt oculi, do not see well , T.: ex superioribus locis in urbem, Cs.: multum, have an extensive prospect : per umbram, V.—Of places: domus prospicit agros, overlooks , H.: freta prospiciens Tmolus, O.To see afar, discern, descry, espy, make out, observe : domum suam: campos longe, V.: ex speculis hostium classem, L.: ex edito monte cuncta, Cu.: cum litora fervere late Prospiceres, V.To look out, watch, be on the watch : ab ianuā, N.: Pavorem simulans (feles) prospicit toto die, Ph.—Fig., to look to beforehand, see to, exercise foresight, look out for, take care of, provide for : Malo nos prospicere quam ulcisci, take precautions , T.: prospicite atque consulite: longe in posterum: prospicite, ut videantur, etc.: statuebat prospiciendum, ne, etc., Cs.: ego iam prospiciam mihi, T.: consulite vobis, prospicite patriae.— To foresee : alias animo procellas: multum in posterum: ex imbri soles, V.: animo prospicere, quibus de rebus auditurus sis.— To look out for, provide, procure : sedem senectuti, L.: Nisi si prospectum interea aliquid est, desertae vivimus, T.: ad ferramenta prospicienda.

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