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  1. see something coming

    • foresee or be prepared for an event, typically an unpleasant one
    • adjective

      (of a person beginning a particular activity or occupation) making good progress and likely to become successful:
    • deserve punishment or downfall
    • recognize a person who can be fooled or deceived
    • adjective

      (of a person beginning a particular activity or occupation) making good progress and likely to become successful:
    • the age or occasion when one formally becomes an adult
    • foresee or be prepared for an event, typically an unpleasant one
    • recognize a person who can be fooled or deceived
    • used to express the speaker's disagreement with or unwillingness to do something suggested by someone else
    • used to express the speaker's disagreement with or unwillingness to do something suggested by someone else
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