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prospect

noun /ˈprospekt/
an outlook for the future; a view of what one may expect to happen
panorama, perspectiva (de futuro)
He didn’t like the prospect of going abroad a job with good prospects.
a view or scene
vista, panorama
a fine prospect.
prospector /prəˈspektə, (American) ˈprospektər/ noun a person who prospects for gold etc.
buscador (de oro, etc)
prospectus /prəˈspektəs/ noun a booklet giving information about a school, organization etc
prospecto
a glossy college prospectus.
(Definition of prospect from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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