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await

verb [T] uk   us   /əˈweɪt/ formal
to wait for or be waiting for something: He's anxiously awaiting his test results. A marvellous reception awaited me on my first day at work. The long/eagerly awaited sequel is now available on video.
Translations of “await”
in Arabic يَنْتَظِر…
in Korean -을 기다리고 있다…
in Malaysian menanti…
in French attendre…
in Turkish beklemek, gelecekte bir şeyin olmasını beklemek…
in Italian attendere…
in Chinese (Traditional) 等待, 將降臨在(某人身上)…
in Russian ждать, ожидать…
in Polish oczekiwać na, czekać na…
in Vietnamese đợi…
in Spanish esperar, aguardar…
in Portuguese aguardar, esperar…
in Thai รอคอย…
in German erwarten…
in Catalan esperar…
in Japanese ~を待つ…
in Indonesian menunggu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 等待, 将降临在(某人身上)…
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