eventuate


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e·ven·tu·ate

 (ĭ-vĕn′cho͞o-āt′)
intr.v. e·ven·tu·at·ed, e·ven·tu·at·ing, e·ven·tu·ates
To result ultimately: The epidemic eventuated in the deaths of thousands.

eventuate

(ɪˈvɛntʃʊˌeɪt)
vb (intr)
1. (often foll by in) to result ultimately (in)
2. to come about as a result: famine eventuated from the crop failure.
eˌventuˈation n

e•ven•tu•ate

(ɪˈvɛn tʃuˌeɪt)

v.i. -at•ed, -at•ing.
to be the issue or outcome; come about; result.
[1780–90; Amer.]
e•ven`tu•a′tion, n.

eventuate


Past participle: eventuated
Gerund: eventuating

Imperative
eventuate
eventuate
Present
I eventuate
you eventuate
he/she/it eventuates
we eventuate
you eventuate
they eventuate
Preterite
I eventuated
you eventuated
he/she/it eventuated
we eventuated
you eventuated
they eventuated
Present Continuous
I am eventuating
you are eventuating
he/she/it is eventuating
we are eventuating
you are eventuating
they are eventuating
Present Perfect
I have eventuated
you have eventuated
he/she/it has eventuated
we have eventuated
you have eventuated
they have eventuated
Past Continuous
I was eventuating
you were eventuating
he/she/it was eventuating
we were eventuating
you were eventuating
they were eventuating
Past Perfect
I had eventuated
you had eventuated
he/she/it had eventuated
we had eventuated
you had eventuated
they had eventuated
Future
I will eventuate
you will eventuate
he/she/it will eventuate
we will eventuate
you will eventuate
they will eventuate
Future Perfect
I will have eventuated
you will have eventuated
he/she/it will have eventuated
we will have eventuated
you will have eventuated
they will have eventuated
Future Continuous
I will be eventuating
you will be eventuating
he/she/it will be eventuating
we will be eventuating
you will be eventuating
they will be eventuating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been eventuating
you have been eventuating
he/she/it has been eventuating
we have been eventuating
you have been eventuating
they have been eventuating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been eventuating
you will have been eventuating
he/she/it will have been eventuating
we will have been eventuating
you will have been eventuating
they will have been eventuating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been eventuating
you had been eventuating
he/she/it had been eventuating
we had been eventuating
you had been eventuating
they had been eventuating
Conditional
I would eventuate
you would eventuate
he/she/it would eventuate
we would eventuate
you would eventuate
they would eventuate
Past Conditional
I would have eventuated
you would have eventuated
he/she/it would have eventuated
we would have eventuated
you would have eventuated
they would have eventuated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.eventuate - come out in the end
come out, turn out - result or end; "How will the game turn out?"

eventuate

verb result, follow, ensue, come about, issue, come to pass (archaic), be a consequence, be consequent Local interest rate cuts might not eventuate until early next year.
Translations

eventuate

[ɪˈventjʊeɪt] VI to eventuate in (US) → resultar en
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