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|Rank of this word in the English language, from analyzing texts from Project Gutenberg.|
Adjectivedue (not comparable)
- Of a payment, to be made by the stated time.
- Payment is due in ten days.
- Of an event, supposed to occur at the stated time.
- Rain is due this afternoon.
- Of public transport, supposed to arrive at the stated time.
- The train is due in five minutes.
- Of a baby, expected to be born at the stated time.
- When is your baby due?
- Of a pregnant woman, due to give birth on the stated date.
- When are you due?
- (of a payment) needed, owing, to be made, required
- (of an event): expected, forecast
- (of a vehicle): expected
of a payment, to be made by the stated time
of an event, supposed to occur at the stated time
of public transport, supposed to arrive at the stated time
of a baby, expected to be born at the stated time
of a pregnant woman, due to give birth on the stated date
- (used with compass directions) Directly or exactly.
- due north
- Deserved acknowledgment.
- Give him his due — he is a good actor.
- (in plural dues) A membership fee.
due (plural duer)
- Feminine singular past participle of devoir.
- IPA: [ˈdue]
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| Cardinal : due|
Ordinal : [[secondo#Template:lang:it|secondo]]
due m. and f. inv.
due m. inv.
le due f. plural
- two o'clock (a.m. or p.m.)
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