vt.预期, 提前使用, 抢 ... 前
We anticipate that we will meet a certain amount of resistance to our plan.
It is unwise to anticipate your earnings by spending a lot of money.
In business, you've got to anticipate how your competitors will act.
regard something as probable or likely
act in advance of; deal with ahead of time
make a prediction about; tell in advance
be excited or anxious about
be a forerunner of or occur earlier than
1. 预期, 期望; 预料[+v-ing][+that][+wh-]
It is impossible to anticipate when it will happen.
The first question is one which Jason has anticipated.
2. 预先考虑到; 预先做(或准备)[+wh-][+that]
My wife anticipates all my needs each time I come back from a business trip.
3. 先于……前行动, 先发制(人); 早别人做; 占先
The Chinese anticipated the European discovery of gunpowder.
No employees of the firm are allowed to anticipate their salary.
vt.期望; 预知; 准备