verb (used with object), hoped, hop·ing.
verb (used without object), hoped, hop·ing.
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Idioms for hope
Origin of hope
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OTHER WORDS FROM hope
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Definition for hope (2 of 2)
Example sentences from the Web for hope
As fanciful as that idea may sound, there are, it turns out, reasons for hope.At last, a climate policy platform that can unite the left|David Roberts|July 9, 2020|Vox
The hope with most of these traders is that they’re not making bets they can’t afford to lose.
The hope is for other advertisers and social networks to back the project so that it becomes a cross-industry project maintained and promoted by many stakeholders.
More than 20 of them are already in human trials with the hope that something could be available to the general public by early 2021.Health care executives fear public distrust of COVID-19 vaccine will lead to continued spread of disease|Nicole Goodkind|July 8, 2020|Fortune
Due to Covid-19, we are making this one public in the hope it can help your business or clients.How to create new Google Shopping insight reports in Data Studio|Andrew McGarry|July 8, 2020|Search Engine Land
British Dictionary definitions for hope (1 of 2)
Derived forms of hopehoper, noun
Word Origin for hope
British Dictionary definitions for hope (2 of 2)
Idioms and Phrases with hope
In addition to the idioms beginning with hope
- hope against hope
- hope springs eternal
- great white hope
- in hopes of
- live in (hope of)
- not a hope in hell
- pin one's hopes on
- while there's life, there's hope