1. очакване, чакане, надежда
in EXPECTATION of очаквайки, разчитайки на
according to/contrary to EXPECTATION според/противно на очакванията, както се/както не се очаква/предполага
to live/come up to-EXPECTATIONs оправдавам надеждите/очакванията
beyond EXPECTATION повече/по-добре от очакваното
to fall short of EXPECTATIONs не оправдавам надеждите, разочаровам
2. предвиждане, вероятност, шанс
EXPECTATION income вероятен приход/доход
EXPECTATION of life вероятна продължителност на живота
3. рl изгледи за получаване на наследство
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{,ekspek'teishn} n 1. очакване, чакане; надежда; in expectation of о
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чакане; очакване; предвиждане; предусещане; вероятност; надежда;
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1. according to/contrary to expectation според/противно на очакванията, както се/както не се очаква/предполага 2. beyond expectation повече/по-добре от очакваното 3. expectation income вероятен приход/доход 4. expectation of life вероятна продължителност на живота 5. in expectation of очаквайки, разчитайки на 6. pl изгледи за получаване на наследство 7. to fall short of expectations не оправдавам надеждите, разочаровам 8. to live/come up to-expectations оправдавам надеждите/очакванията 9. очакване, чакане, надежда 10. предвиждане, вероятност, шанс
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expectation[¸ekspek´teiʃən] n 1. очакване, чакане; прен. надежда; in \expectation of очаквайки, разчитайки на; according to \expectation както се очакваше (предполагаше); contrary (against) to all \expectations противно на всички очаквания; he abandoned any \expectation that she would take an interest той загуби всякаква надежда, че тя ще прояви интерес; to live (come up) to s.o.'s \expectations оправдавам очакванията (надеждите) на някого; to fall short of s.o.'s \expectations измамвам (излъгвам) надеждите на някого; 2. предвиждане, вероятност; what are the \expectation s of it? какви са шансовете за това? \expectation of life вероятна продължителност на живота; 3. pl юрид. шансове за наследяване.

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