1. To act in advance of; deal with ahead of time; SYN. foresee, forestall, counter.
2. To be a forerunner of or occur earlier than, as in:; SYN. occur.
3. To be excited or anxious about; SYN. look for, look forward to.
4. To realize beforehand; SYN. foreknow, foresee.
1. To consider reasonable or due.
2. To regard something as probable or likely; SYN. anticipate.
3. To look forward to the probably occurrence of; SYN. look, await, wait.
4. To look forward to the birth of a child.
1. To accord in appearance with
2. To convey by one's expression
3. To give a certain impression or have a certain outward aspect; SYN. appear, seem.
4. To have a certain outward or facial expression
5. To perceive with attention; direct one's gaze towards
make account / ˈmeɪk əˈkaʊnt /
plan on / ˈplæn ɑːn /
1. When you plan on something, you expect it.
2. When you plan on doing something, you intend to do it.
ETYM Cf. as. woeccan, wacian. Related to Watch, Wake.
1. To see or view; SYN. view, see, catch, take in.
2. To observe with attention; SYN. look on.
3. To look attentively.
4. To follow with the eyes or the mind; SYN. observe, follow, watch over, keep an eye on.
5. To be vigilant, be on the lookout, be on one's guard, be careful; SYN. look out, watch out.