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Catalan translation of “due”

due

adjective
 
/djuː/
B1 expected or planned
previst
When is the baby due (= expected to be born)?
due to something B1 because of something
a causa d’ac
The train was late due to snow.
owed to someone
pagador
The rent is due today. He didn’t get the praise and recognition that was due to him.
be due for something If you are due for something, it should happen very soon.
merèixer-se ac, estar a punt d’ac
She’s due for a pay rise.
(Definition of due from the Cambridge English-Catalan Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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