Anticipatory (adjective)

Done in preparation for a future event or occurrence.

Origin:

The word 'anticipatory' is derived from the verb 'anticipate' meaning 'to expect or prepare for something beforehand.

Examples:

  1. The anticipatory measures taken by the government helped to minimize the impact of the natural disaster.
  2. The anticipatory steps taken by the company helped to avoid potential legal issues.
  3. The anticipatory planning for the event was thorough, resulting in a successful outcome.
  4. The anticipatory actions of the staff prevented a major crisis from occurring.
  5. The anticipatory investments made by the individual paid off in the long run.
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