prospectEN[ˈprɒspɛkt] [ˈprɑːspɛkt] [prəˈspɛkt] [-ɛkt]
- Examples of prospect
- In the Third World many kids must supplement the meager family income as shoeshiners, solliciting clients with dusty shoes on the streets, sometimes a young shoeshiner is a runaway or orphan without any other prospect.
- Faced with the prospect of cooking for himself, his first thought was to cop out and order a pizza.
- Debate on the Kellogg Mar renunciation treaty dragged on in the senate today with no immediate prospect of final action.
- Examples of prospects
- Objective assessment is good but defeatism will reduce our potentials even when the prospects for victory have never been nearer.
- DFI planned to commission a drilling rig to begin an extensive evaluation of the Barteajam and the Henry Town gold prospects in 2009
- And a further boost to England's qualification prospects came after the final whistle when Wales recorded a 2-1 home win over group rivals Montenegro, who Capello's men face in their final qualifier.
- His prospects went to pot.
- to brighten one's prospects; Having Mark around the place really brightens things up.
- The paper wrote up the team's prospects.
- And when it came time for a question-and-answer session with the six prospects in town for the draft, the children tossed Long softball questions as his draftmates had to sweat out the tough ones.
- These are the same vulture funds now flying over Greece, holding unrestructured private debt and gloating at the prospects of unwarranted profits at the expense of others’ misfortune.
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