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(Definition of await from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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awaitverb [T]

 us   /əˈweɪt/
to ​wait for or be in the ​future of someone or something: The two men are awaiting ​trial, ​scheduled to ​begin next ​month. There are no ​jobs awaiting those farmers.
(Definition of await from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “await”
in Korean -을 기다리고 있다…
in Arabic يَنْتَظِر…
in Malaysian menanti…
in French attendre…
in Russian ждать, ожидать…
in Chinese (Traditional) 等待, 將降臨在(某人身上)…
in Italian attendere…
in Turkish beklemek, gelecekte bir şeyin olmasını beklemek…
in Polish oczekiwać na, czekać na…
in Spanish esperar, aguardar…
in Vietnamese đợi…
in Portuguese aguardar, esperar…
in Thai รอคอย…
in German erwarten…
in Catalan esperar…
in Japanese ~を待つ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 等待, 将降临在(某人身上)…
in Indonesian menunggu…
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