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due

adjective
 
 
/djuː/
EVENT [never before noun] B1 expected or planned
ожидаемый
[+ to do sth] He was due to fly back this morning. Her book is due out (= expected to be published) next week. When is the baby due (= expected to be born)?Planning, expecting and arrangingPlotting and trapping
due to sth B1 because of something
из-за чего-либо
The train was late due to snow.Connecting words which introduce a cause or reason
MONEY [never before noun] Money that is due is owed to someone and must be paid.
подлежащий выплате
The rent is due today.Borrowing, lending and debt
DESERVE Something that is due to you is something that is owed to you or something you deserve.
причитающийся
He didn't get the praise and recognition that was due to him.Borrowing, lending and debt
BEHAVIOUR [always before noun] formal correct and suitable
должный, надлежащий
He was fined for driving without due care and attention. →  Opposite undue Suitable and acceptableQuite good, or not very good
be due for sth If you are due for something, it should happen very soon.
пора что-либо делать
I'm due for a check-up at the dentist's.Planning, expecting and arrangingPlotting and trapping
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