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Translation of "anticipate" - English-Spanish dictionary

anticipate

verb   /ænˈtɪs·ɪ·peɪt/ ( present participle anticipating, past tense and past participle anticipated)
to expect something prever We anticipate that prices will fall next year.
(Definition of anticipate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

anticipate

verb /ӕnˈtisəpeit/
to expect (something) esperar, contar con I’m not anticipating any trouble.
to see what is going to be wanted, required etc in the future and do what is necessary prever A businessman must try to anticipate what his customers will want.
anticipation noun
expectación, ilusión I’m looking forward to the concert with anticipation (= expectancy, excitement).
(Definition of anticipate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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