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  1. expect

    • IPA[ɪkˈspɛkt]

    英式

    • v.
      regard (something) as likely to happen;regard (someone) as likely to do or be something
    • verb: expect, 3rd person present: expects, gerund or present participle: expecting, past tense: expected, past participle: expected

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    • v.
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    • 1. regard (something) as likely to happen:

      it's as well to expect the worst

      the hearing is expected to last a week

    • 2. regard (someone) as likely to do or be something:

      they were not expecting him to continue

    • 3. believe that (someone or something) will arrive soon:

      Celia was expecting a visitor

    • 4. require (something) as rightfully due or appropriate in the circumstances:

      we expect great things of you

    • 5. require (someone) to fulfil an obligation:

      we expect employers to pay a reasonable salary

    • 6. used to indicate that one supposes something to be so but has no firm evidence:

      they're just friends of his, I expect

      I expect you know them?

    • adj. regarded as likely; anticipated:

    • write down your expected monthly income, and regularly track your expenses

      the expected high temperatures are well above normal for this time of year

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    • adj. regarded as likely; anticipated:

    • write down your expected monthly income, and regularly track your expenses

      the expected high temperatures are well above normal for this time of year

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    • ph. used to emphasize that there was nothing unexpected about a person or event, however disappointed one might be

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    • ph. used to emphasize that there was nothing unexpected about a person or event, however disappointed one might be

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    • ph. used to emphasize that there was nothing unexpected about a person or event, however disappointed one might be

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    • ph. used to emphasize that there was nothing unexpected about a person or event, however disappointed one might be

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    • n. a predicted value of a variable, calculated as the sum of all possible values each multiplied by the probability of its occurrence.

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    • n. a predicted utility value for one of several options, calculated as the sum of the utility of every possible outcome each multiplied by the probability of its occurrence.

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    • IPA[ikˈspekt]

    美式

    • v.
      regard (something) as likely to happen:
    • we expect the best

      he expects the stock market to sink further

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