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ex•pect



Pronunciation: (ik-spekt'), [key]
v.t.
1. to look forward to; regard as likely to happen; anticipate the occurrence or the coming of: I expect to read it. I expect him later. She expects that they will come.
2. to look for with reason or justification: We expect obedience.
3. Informal.to suppose or surmise; guess: I expect that you are tired from the trip.
4. to anticipate the birth of (one's child): Paul and Sylvia expect their second very soon.

v.i.
be expecting, to be pregnant: The cat is expecting again.

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