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Expected

ɪkˈspek.tɪd

Meanings of Expected:

adjective

Regarded as likely; anticipated.

Usage examples:

Write down your expected monthly income, and regularly track your expenses
verb

Regard (something) as likely to happen.

Usage examples:

It's as well to expect the worst

Expectedly

ɪkˈspek.tɪd.li

Meanings of Expectedly:

adverb

Used for saying that someone expects or expected something

Usage examples:

The fat was expectedly very rich and it was better once you allowed it to warm up., expectedly, rea…

Meanings of Expecter:

noun

A person who expects something.

Meanings of Expecters:

noun

A person who expects something.

Meanings of Expecting:

verb

Regard (something) as likely to happen.

Usage examples:

It's as well to expect the worst

Meanings of Expecting-a-baby:

phrase

To be pregnant

Usage examples:

She shouldn't be lifting those boxes if she's expecting., kate and dom are expecting a baby., he re…

Meanings of Expective:

adjective

= expectative .

Expectorant

ɪkˈspɛkt(ə)r(ə)nt

Meanings of Expectorant:

noun

A medicine which promotes the secretion of sputum by the air passages, used to treat coughs.

Usage examples:

Despite its broad use in the treatment of cough, multiple studies have found inconsistent results s…

Expectorants

ɪkˈspɛkt(ə)r(ə)nt

Meanings of Expectorants:

noun

A medicine which promotes the secretion of sputum by the air passages, used to treat coughs.

Usage examples:

Despite its broad use in the treatment of cough, multiple studies have found inconsistent results s…

Expectorate

ɪkˈspek.tər.eɪt

Meanings of Expectorate:

verb

Cough or spit out (phlegm) from the throat or lungs.

Usage examples:

She was expectorating dirty coloured sputum

Expectorated

ɪkˈspek.tər.eɪt

Meanings of Expectorated:

verb

Cough or spit out (phlegm) from the throat or lungs.

Usage examples:

She was expectorating dirty coloured sputum

Meanings of Expectorates:

verb

Cough or spit out (phlegm) from the throat or lungs.

Usage examples:

She was expectorating dirty coloured sputum

Meanings of Expectorating:

verb

Cough or spit out (phlegm) from the throat or lungs.

Usage examples:

She was expectorating dirty coloured sputum

Meanings of Expectorative:

adjective

Of or relating to expectoration; effecting or involved in expectoration; produced by expectoration.

Expects

ɪkˈspɛkt

Meanings of Expects:

verb

Regard (something) as likely to happen.

Usage examples:

It's as well to expect the worst

Meanings of Expediate:

verb

Make (an action or process) happen sooner or be accomplished more quickly.

Usage examples:

He promised to expedite economic reforms

Expedience

ɪkˈspiː.di.əns

Meanings of Expedience:

noun

The situation in which something is helpful or useful in a particular situation, but sometimes not morally acceptable

Usage examples:

As a matter of expedience, we will not be taking on any new staff this year., i think this governme…

Meanings of Expediencies:

noun

The quality of being convenient and practical despite possibly being improper or immoral; convenience.

Usage examples:

An act of political expediency

Expediency

ɪkˈspiːdɪənsi

Meanings of Expediency:

noun

The quality of being convenient and practical despite possibly being improper or immoral; convenience.

Usage examples:

An act of political expediency

Expedient

ɪkˈspiː.di.ənt

Meanings of Expedient:

adjective

(of an action) convenient and practical although possibly improper or immoral.

Usage examples:

Either side could break the agreement if it were expedient to do so
noun

A means of attaining an end, especially one that is convenient but possibly improper or immoral.

Usage examples:

The current policy is a political expedient

Expediential

ɪkˌspiːdɪˈɛnʃ(ə)l

Meanings of Expediential:

adjective

Involving or based on what is expedient.

Usage examples:

An expediential policy

Expediently

ɪkˈspiː.di.ənt.li

Meanings of Expediently:

adverb

In a way that is helpful or useful in a particular situation, but sometimes not morally acceptable

Usage examples:

We were looking to get something done expediently., he has expediently adjusted his stance on sever…

Expedients

ɪkˈspiːdɪənt

Meanings of Expedients:

noun

A means of attaining an end, especially one that is convenient but possibly improper or immoral.

Usage examples:

The current policy is a political expedient
adjective

(of an action) convenient and practical although possibly improper or immoral.

Usage examples:

Either side could break the agreement if it were expedient to do so

Expedite

ˈek.spə.daɪt

Meanings of Expedite:

verb

Make (an action or process) happen sooner or be accomplished more quickly.

Usage examples:

He promised to expedite economic reforms

Meanings of Expedited:

verb

Make (an action or process) happen sooner or be accomplished more quickly.

Usage examples:

He promised to expedite economic reforms

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