Do you anticipate something different from the pro legalization effort?
I think he needs to anticipate what the criticisms from Romney are and have a handful of responses in his back pocket.
The absurdity of North Korea now extends to its futile attempt to anticipate the whims of Mother Nature.
The media has come to anticipate fantastical sets, not to mention generous ticket allocations, at the Louis Vuitton shows.
I anticipate that Roberts can talk Alito into joining him whichever way he turns, so I expect this to be 6-3.
“I do not anticipate much difficulty as to that,” answered the professor.
This was indeed an honour I had scarcely dared to anticipate.
It was hoped to anticipate the demands of the Conference by a scheme of reform wider than they were likely to advise.
He looked for a minute as if he were trying to anticipate that day by the exercise of his reason.
I was not; but both Hugh Atherton and myself were led to anticipate what the tenor of it would be.
1530s, "to cause to happen sooner," a back-formation from anticipation, or else from Latin anticipatus, past participle of anticipare "take (care of) ahead of time," literally "taking into possession beforehand," from ante "before" (see ante) + capere "to take" (see capable).
Later "to be aware of (something) coming at a future time" (1640s). Used in the sense of "expect, look forward to" since 1749, but anticipate has an element of "prepare for, forestall" that should prevent its being used as a synonym for expect. Related: Anticipated; anticipating.