mauna, mahulaan, umasa, maghintay, umasam
Verb(1) regard something as probable or likely(2) act in advance of; deal with ahead of time(3) realize beforehand(4) make a prediction about; tell in advance(5) be excited or anxious about(6) be a forerunner of or occur earlier than
(1) He was in favor of the proposition to authorize the Secretary to anticipate the payment of interest on the public debt.(2) For this reason members of some groups are sometimes in a better position than members of others to understand and anticipate the probable consequences of implementing particular social policies.(3) And so we are prepared to anticipate those requests.(4) The new system suggests that we need to organize health care to predict and anticipate needs based on knowledge of patients, local conditions and a thorough knowledge of the natural history of illness.(5) Given what is at stake the winners can anticipate a probable quarter-final against Wales.(6) Even if detailed discussion is not possible, relevant historical details should be taken to anticipate problems and prepare appropriately for the arrival of the preterm infant.(7) We cannot predict nor anticipate their behaviour, or that they will even be there.(8) In the future, however, Allard predicts that gamers will expect rather than anticipate that kind of technology.(9) It just helps if they can anticipate it by being aware of the condition and the drugs their patients take.(10) I probably didn't anticipate the gravity of what the media was going to do, how they were going to respond to this.(11) In addition, physicians may not anticipate predictable side effects of narcotics and may not educate their patients about them.(12) they failed to anticipate a full-scale invasion(13) The decision to anticipate the payment was made because of the type of loan - it is a short-term loan with high costs.(14) The results could help weather forecasters make long-term predictions, and anticipate general climate patterns up to a year in advance.(15) Don't brake suddenly but anticipate the turn in advance, and make smooth steering inputs.(16) We anticipate his moves and prepare counter-moves to exploit them.
(1) anticipate :: umasa
1. expect ::
2. preempt ::
3. look forward to ::
4. prognosticate ::
5. counter ::
6. foreknow ::
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7. look to ::
Different Formsanticipate, anticipated, anticipates, anticipating
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