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Definition of "expects" []

  • To regard as probable or likely; anticipate (verb)
  • To look forward to or be waiting for (verb)
  • To decide that (something) is requisite or necessary; require (verb)
  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of expect. (verb)

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Use "expects" in a sentence
  • "American officials were also irritated by Mr. Netanyahu statement directly after Mr. Obama's speech that used the phrase "expects to hear" in saying that Mr. Netanyahu expected to hear certain assurances from Mr. Obama during their meeting."
  • "This will be more than anyone expects from a download."
  • "McLaughlin expects at least 300-400 attendees for PALATE, although the focus this year is not on numbers and broad marketing but on creating an event that can build upon itself year after year."