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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.
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1. (often foll by in) to result ultimately (in)
2. to come about as a result: famine eventuated from the crop failure.
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v.i. -at•ed, -at•ing.
to be the issue or outcome; come about; result.
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Past participle: eventuated
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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.
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