Anticipate ( verb , verb )

(As a verb)

Anticipate ( verb )

  1. To expect or predict something, typically something unpleasant, and take measures to prevent or counter it.
  2. To think about or plan for something in advance.

Origin:

From the latin word "anticipare" meaning "to take up before".

Examples:

  1. The company anticipated the changes in the market and adapted accordingly.
  2. He anticipated her needs and had everything ready before she arrived.
  3. She anticipated the question and had prepared an answer.
  4. The government was not able to anticipate the disaster.
  5. We need to anticipate the challenges and be prepared for them.

(As a verb)

Anticipate ( verb )

  1. To expect or predict something, typically something unpleasant, and take measures to prevent or counter it.
  2. To think about or plan for something in advance.

Origin:

From the latin word "anticipare" meaning "to take up before".

Examples:

  1. The company anticipated the changes in the market and adapted accordingly.
  2. He anticipated her needs and had everything ready before she arrived.
  3. She anticipated the question and had prepared an answer.
  4. The government was not able to anticipate the disaster.
  5. We need to anticipate the challenges and be prepared for them.
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