English words and Examples of Usage

use "anticipate" in a sentence

Analysts anticipate further interest rate cuts in China this year.

These early adopters always want to anticipate what's next.

We don't have a specific cost savings that we anticipate, said Chase.

Rarely have we been able to anticipate a more enthralling golfing year.

So I anticipate and hope that they will remain the same way, she says.

We do anticipate going forward that their sales will be hurt, she said.

Riviere: We need to anticipate the rise of high-performance computing.

AND what can we do to anticipate and stop the shit before it even happens?

Dean seemed to anticipate the reaction to Dean Scream 2 on Thursday night.

We anticipate this will be a long-term partnership with them, Kaplan said.

The most exciting discoveries will likely be the ones we don't anticipate.

We anticipate between thirty and forty thousand people each year, said Smith.

We anticipate delays Monday morning as the city gets back into working order.

Police anticipate that impaired driving charges will be laid at a later date.

I don't anticipate anything based on the conversation we have had, no, he said.

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