Financial expectations, especially of success.(noun)
A potential customer, client, or purchaser.(noun)
A candidate deemed likely to succeed.(noun)
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Use "prospect" in a sentence
"To me, a prospect is always better than a pick if they are of comparable value."
"Helleborine, who could be the better long-term prospect, is 8-1, but must have the French Guineas as an alternative."
"If this prospect is a real one, then we must start now to prepare our case for having a withdrawal question on the ballot paper."