expect[ ik-spekt ]SEE DEFINITION OF expect
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXPECT
And can you expect the youth of Athens to be wiser than their gods?
I am, in other words, an investment from which they expect large returns.
Now the folks out in this part of the country have come to expect it from a man like him.
Now tell me just what you expect a woman in my position to do.
He is one of the few foreigners who expect a rational answer.
You will, however, expect me to say something of our latest enterprise.
Can we expect that this will be suddenly and permanently altered?
We have a just right to expect that our European policy will be the American policy of European courts.
So expect not any advocateship from me: I will not plead for you; and that's enough.
He had need to expect some good with you, that has so little good to hope for from you; mind that.