"previstas" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

prever
transitive verb
1. to foresee, to anticipate (anticipar)
  • una reacción que los médicos no habían previsto -> a reaction the doctors hadn't foreseen
  • se prevé una fuerte oposición popular a la ley -> strong popular opposition to the law is anticipated o expected
2. to plan (planear)
  • prevén vender un millón de unidades -> they plan to sell a million units
  • tenía previsto ir al cine esta tarde -> I was planning to go to the cinema this evening
3. to forecast, to predict (predecir) (catástrofe, acontecimiento)
intransitive verb
also:
  • como era de prever -> as was to be expected

prever [pray-verr’]
article & verb transitive
1. To foresee (antever), to foreknow.
2. To anticipate, to envisage (anticipar); to plan (proyectar); to make allowances (tener en cuenta).
  • No teníamos previsto nada para eso -> we had not made any allowance for that
  • Ya lo preveía -> I expected as much
(Yo preveo, yo prevea, él previó, from Prever. V. VER.

prever
verbo:transitivo
1 (adivinar) to foresee; (predecir) to predict; forecast
prever que ... to anticipate that ...; expect that ...; ya lo preveía I expected as much; se prevé un descenso de precios a drop in prices is predicted o forecast; si ganan como se prevé if they win as expected o predicted
2 (proyectar) to plan
la elección está prevista para ... the election is scheduled o planned for ...; tenemos previsto atravesar el desierto we are planning to cross the desert; un embarazo no previsto an unplanned pregnancy; no teníamos previsto nada para eso we had not made any allowance for that
3 (establecer) to provide for; establish
la ley prevé que ... the law provides o stipulates that ...

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