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due

adjective (OWED)
亏欠的
 
 
/djuː/ US  /duː/
owed as a debt or as a right
欠债的,应支付的;应给的
The rent is due (= should be paid) at the end of the month.
租金应在月底交。
Fifty pounds is mainly UK due to me/ mainly US due me by the people I worked for last month.
上个月雇主欠我50英镑。
Our thanks are due to everyone.
我们应该感谢每一个人。
UK legal He was found to have been driving without due (= the necessary) care and attention.
他被发现未审慎驾驶。
Borrowing, lending and debt
(Definition of due adjective (OWED) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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