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Verb(1) regard something as probable or likely(2) consider obligatory; request and expect(3) look forward to the probable occurrence of(4) consider reasonable or due(5) look forward to the birth of a child(6) be pregnant with
(1) we expect great things of you(2) They now expect me to pay the arrears I owe them through their inept management of resources.(3) we expect employers to pay a reasonable salary(4) The courts expect appropriate arrangements to be in place to ensure that police notes are properly preserved.(5) But really, I might expect better of someone with a 4.0 GPA.(6) I had to make sure the end result was appealing as people paying premium rents expect nothing but the best.(7) we expect the best(8) Students expect to be challenged today and firms expect their students to work at a much higher level than in the past.(9) they're just friends of his, I expect(10) I expect you know them?(11) I expect insurers and other firms to preserve their profit margins at all costs.(12) Analysts now expect 2001 sales to jump at least 70 %, to $736 million.(13) That monastery he talks about shouldn't expect him any time soon.(14) We expect him home soon and we feel sure he will make a good recovery.(15) it's as well to expect the worst(16) The bottom line is that employers expect you to have some sense of what you want to do in terms of career goals.
1. suppose ::
2. anticipate ::
3. require ::
4. carry ::
5. look ::
Different Formsexpect, expectant, expected, expecting, expects
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