|slower than expected||off-speed|
|(about a tempo) becoming slower, decelerating (Music)||rall (rallentando)|
|A speculative options strategy that involves selling call or putoptions on stocks that are believed to be overpriced or underpriced, and are expected not to be exercised.||Overwriting|
|able to be predicted, can be prophesied, can be foretold, happening as expected, seldom unexpected||predictable|
|accomplish more than expected, do better than expected||overachieve|
|achieve less than what was expected (e.g. fail to do as well in school as might be expected from intelligence tests), fail to do as expected||underachieve|
|adjunct, natural attachment; rightful possession; provision for the subsistence of royal descendants (as in land, regular income, etc.), apanage, natural or expected accompaniment to something, source of revenue given by sovereign||appanage|
|after all others; finally, at the end; most recently, after all the others, be able to be used, coming after all others; most recent, latest before the present; final, ultimate; newest; most authoritative, definitive; least wanted; least expected; leas...||last|
|after an expected time, after the usual or expected time, tardily; recently; far into the night; far on in time; formerly, after the usual time, beyond the usual time, coming or occurring after the usual or expected time, tardy, slow, delayed; newest, ...||late|
|agree to something reluctantly, be expected to do something, be required to do something, believe to be true, imagine as possible, presume to be true, hypothesize; believe; think; consider as a possibility, take as precondition||suppose|
|ahead of time, before the scheduled time; as soon as possible, before the expected time, during the first stages, in the very near future, near the beginning, occurring before the expected time, occurring near the beginning, produced near the beginning...||early|
|ahead of time, earlier than expected||in advance|
|amount expected from open-market sale||market value|
|amount in excess of what is recorded or expected (as of merchandise or money), surplus, too old; over the required age||overage|
|anticipated, foreseen, to be expected||expectable|
|anticipation of something happening, expectancy, expected standard, hope, longing or waiting for, notion of something, prospects for the future||expectation|
|approximate hour at which a person (or vehicle, etc.) is expected to reach a particular location, ETA||estimated time of arrival|
|artificial, contrary to expected behavior, contrary to laws of nature, not conforming to the average, not natural, abnormal, aberrant; artificial, insincere; cruel||unnatural|
|as expected, as anticipated||expectedly|
|as expected, at the right time; rightfully, properly, properly and suitably||duly|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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