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prospect

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1prospect/ˈprɑːˌspɛkt/noun
pluralprospects
1prospect
/ˈprɑːˌspɛkt/
noun
pluralprospects
Learner's definition of PROSPECT  
: the possibility that something will happen in the future
[singular]
[noncount]
[count] : an opportunity for something to happen— usually plural
[count] : someone or something that is likely to succeed or to be chosen
[count]formal : a wide view of an area from usually a high place— usually singular— usually + of

in prospect

formal
: possible or likely to exist or happen in the future
2prospect/ˈprɑːˌspɛkt/
British/prəˈspɛkt/verb
prospectsprospectedprospecting
2prospect
/ˈprɑːˌspɛkt/British/prəˈspɛkt/
verb
prospectsprospectedprospecting
Learner's definition of PROSPECT  
[no object]
: to search an area for gold, minerals, oil, etc.— often + for— sometimes used figuratively

— prospector

/ˈprɑːˌspɛktɚ/noun,pluralprospectors[count]

— prospecting

noun,[noncount]
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