hoped-for


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hoped-for

adj
that people hope for or expect
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Adj.1.hoped-for - expected hopefully
expected - considered likely or probable to happen or arrive; "prepared for the expected attack"
Translations

hoped-for

[ˈhəʊptˌfɔːʳ] ADJesperado
their action had the hoped-for effectsu acción produjo el efecto esperado
the hoped-for economic recoveryla tan esperada reactivación económica

hoped-for

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Arguing that the essence of Christianity is lost unless eschatology is given centre stage, Moltmann defines eschatology as "the doctrine of hope, the doctrine of the future for which one can hope, and simultaneously the doctrine of the action of hope which brings the hoped-for future into the sufferings of the present age" ("Hope and History" 371).
The two groups were compared as to their number of hoped-for and feared occupational selves; affective intensity and perceived likelihood of their most hoped-for self and their most feared self; presence of a role model for their most hoped-for self; self-initiated actions taken to achieve their most hoped-for self and avoid their most feared self; and their Spheres of Control scores.