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expect

verb (THINK)     /ɪkˈspekt/
[T] to think or believe something will happen, or someone will arrive 预料,预计;期待 We are expecting a lot of applicants for the job. 我们预计会有很多人来应聘这份工作。 [+ (that)] I expect (that) you'll find it somewhere in your bedroom. 我想你会在你卧室里找到它。 I expect (that) he'd have left anyway. 我估计他再怎么说也已经离开了 [+ to infinitive] He didn't expect to see me. 他没有料到会碰见我。 The financial performance of the business is fully expected (= almost certain) to improve. 确信公司的财务状况会大有改观。 We were half expecting you not to come back. 我们原来一直以为你不会回来了。 Planning, expecting and arrangingPlotting and trapping
(only) to be expected
normal and what usually happens 在预料之中;并不意外 All parents of small children get tired. It's to be expected. 所有带小孩的父母都会非常累,这是可以想见的。 Habitual and customary
(Definition of expect verb (THINK) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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