anticipated : Definition, Usages, News and More

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anticipated

an ti suh pay tuhd

  • v  regard something as probable or likely
  • v  act in advance of; deal with ahead of time
  • v  realize beforehand
  • v  make a prediction about; tell in advance
  • v  be excited or anxious about
  • v  be a forerunner of or occur earlier than
  • s  expected hopefully

  • More than 30 years have passed, and the dead hero has indeed persisted in collective memory, but not exactly in the way the majority of us would have anticipated.
  • A PTI cover story: The Matrix: An exclusive look at the year's most avidly anticipated film epic.
  • BRIN: I have to admit I never anticipated this.
News & Articles

  • The Federal Reserve’s Framers Would Be Shocked
    When the law creating the Federal Reserve System was signed in 1913, few anticipated that its board would be so central to the economy as it is now.
    June 22, 2013 - New York Times
  • The Royal Baby and Other Most-Anticipated Offspring
    The Royal Baby and Other Most-Anticipated Offspring
    June 21, 2013 - Time Magazine
  • Highly anticipated Tranformers 3-D ride opens at Universal
    It is the greatest battle you will ever ride - and it is now open at Universal Orlando Resort. Universal Orlando marks the grand opening of TRANSFORMERS: The Ride - 3D at Universal Studios Florida today - officially opening one of its most highly anticipated entertainment experiences in years.  The new attraction is based on the popular TRANSFORMERS films and created along with the award-winning ...
    June 20, 2013 - WFTV 9 Orlando
Quotes

  • Steve Ballmer in VNUNet.com
    The substantial premium reflected in our initial proposal anticipated a friendly transaction with you,wrote Ballmer. "If we are forced to take an offer directly to your shareholders, that action will have an undesirable impact on the value...
  • Ben Bernanke in Reuters
    Speaking to the Senate Banking Committee, Bernanke said inflation pressures appeared to be easing, although it would be "some time before we can be confident that underlying inflation is moderating as anticipated."
  • Harry Reid in Washington Post
    I'm happy to listen to the secretary of defense and the president, but when they talk about 50,000, that's a little higher number than I had anticipated,Reid said.

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