foregoing en Árabe
The entry into Brussels did not disquiet him. An unprotected city! Its surrender was a foregone conclusion. Now the Belgians would be better able to defend Antwerp.
As we have seen in the foregoing examples, the order of the commands in the statement of the algorithm may be essential.
At the beginning of this Book it was argued that the economist must forego the aid of a complete set of technical terms.
But the fact was, my ex partner was for me (and I for him) «foregone territory.
But she had not complained once, not even when he had insisted they must forgo sleep until they reached Storlock.
Clearly, we are better off paying the penalty of forgone profits than undergoing actual losses.
For example, a customer who buys on terms of 2/10, net 30 may decide to forgo the cash discount and pay on the thirtieth day.
In addition to the foregoing, it should be said that Israel began its occupation of the farmlands in the war of June 1967.
In the foregoing calculations, incidentally, cognizance is taken of a consideration which so far has not been mentioned.
It's a foregone conclusion.
especially of writing or speech; going before: preceding