vt. 预期；提前使用；抢 … 前
形容词: anticipatable 名词: anticipator 过去式: anticipated 过去分词: anticipated 现在分词: anticipating 第三人称单数: anticipates
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vt. anticipates 0 anticipating 0 anticipated 0
Always make your presentation just a bit shorter than anticipated.
November marks the publication of Toni Morrison’s eagerly anticipated eighth novel, Love, and the tenth anniversary of her Nobel Prize for Literature.
anticipated adj. 预期的；期望的; v. 预料（anticipate的过去分词）；盼望;
anticipating adj. 预期的；期望的; v. 期待；预期（anticipate的ing形式）；使提前发生;
anticipate v. 预料，预期；预见，预计（并做准备）； 期盼，期望； 先于……做，早于……行动；在期限内履行（义务），偿还（债务）；提前使用
anticipated interest 预计利息
anticipated acceptance [经] 先期承兑；[金融] 提前支付的承兑汇票
anticipated return 预期回报
anticipated profit 预期利润
anticipated payment [会计] 预先付款，提前付款
anticipated benefit 预期收益
anticipated buying 预先购买，预期购买
anticipating responsibility 预期责任
eagerly anticipate 热切地期望
ancpt anticipate 预期
anticipate eagerly 急切期待
Eagerly anticipating 引领
anticipate mode 预期模式
anticipated conditions 预期的条件
預料;期望;預先考慮;搶先;提前使用Mum tried to anticipate all my needs.母親設法將我需要的東西預先准備好.
1. to expect sth
▪ [VN] We don’t anticipate any major problems.
Our anticipated arrival time is 8.30.
The eagerly anticipated movie will be released next month.
▪ [V -ing] They anticipate moving to bigger premises by the end of the year.
▪ [VN -ing] I don’t anticipate it being a problem.
▪ [V that] We anticipate that sales will rise next year.
▪ [VN that] It is anticipated that inflation will stabilize at 3%.
⇨ compare unanticipated
2. to see what might happen in the future and take action to prepare for it
▪ [VN] We need someone who can anticipate and respond to changes in the fashion industry.
▪ [V wh-] Try and anticipate what the interviewers will ask.
▪ [also V that] 3. to think with pleasure and excitement about sth that is going to happen
▪ [VN] We eagerly anticipated the day we would leave school.
▪ [also V -ing , VN -ing] 4. (formal) to do sth before it can be done by sb else
SYN forestall :
▪ [VN] When Scott reached the South Pole he found that Amundsen had anticipated him.
▪ [also VN -ing] • an·tici·pa·tory / An7tisi5peitEri; NAmE An5tisEpEtC:ri / adj. (formal) :
a fast anticipatory movement by the goalkeeper
Sales are better than anticipated.
The schedule isn’t final, but we don’t anticipate many changes.
We don’t anticipate any problems.
A good speaker is able to anticipate an audience’s needs and concerns.
This year, we anticipate that our expenses will be 15% greater.
It is anticipated that the research will have many different practical applications.
anticipate doing something
I didn’t anticipate having to do the cooking myself!
2 to think about something that is going to happen, especially something pleasant 期待〔尤指好事〕 SYN look forward to
Daniel was eagerly anticipating her arrival.
3 to do something before someone else 先于…之前（做）
Copernicus anticipated in part the discoveries of the 17th and 18th centuries.
—anticipatory /ænˌtɪsəˈpeɪtəri $ ænˈtɪsəpətɔːri/ adjective formal
the anticipatory atmosphere of a big college football game
Origin anticipate (1500-1600) Latin past participle of anticipare, from ante- ( → ANTE-) + capere “to take”
1.VERB 动词预期;预料;预计 If you anticipate an event, you realize in advance that it may happen and you are prepared for it.
【语法信息】：it be V-ed that
At the time we couldn’t have anticipated the result of our campaigning…
It is anticipated that the equivalent of 192 full-time jobs will be lost…
Officials anticipate that rivalry between leaders of the various drug factions could erupt into full scale war.
2.VERB 动词未待提出就回答（问题）；预先考虑并满足（请求、需要等） If you anticipate a question, request, or need, you do what is necessary or required before the question, request, or need occurs.
What Jeff did was to anticipate my next question…
Do you expect your partner to anticipate your needs?
3.VERB 动词早于…做（或想、说）；先于…行动 If you anticipate something, you do it, think it, or say it before someone else does.
In the 50s, Rauschenberg anticipated the conceptual art movement of the 80s.
anticipates; anticipated; anticipating [+ object] 1
: to think of (something that will or might happen in the future) : expect预期；预料
The cost turned out to be higher than anticipated.
They do not anticipate [=foresee] any major problems during construction.
The hotel anticipated my every need. [=I didn’t have to ask for anything because they already provided it] 宾馆预先考虑到了我所有的需求。
The author anticipated objections to his theory.
The organizers of the fair anticipate a large crowd.
I did not anticipate having to pay for your ticket.
The boxer tried to anticipate [=predict] his opponent’s next move.
: to expect or look ahead to (something) with pleasure : to look forward to (something)期待；盼望
He eagerly anticipated her arrival.
formal : to do something before someone else先于…做；抢先…做
His use of composition anticipated later Renaissance paintings. = He anticipated later Renaissance painters in his use of composition.