Can you explain these? long-anticipated much-anticipated highly-anticipated
Sep 19, 2018 1:18 AM
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I use "highly-anticipated" more often. Here is what I found on the internet. "Anticipated generally came with a little bit of hope and a little bit of anxiety. Anticipated can also mean that you expected something to happen and that you were therefore prepared for it."
September 19, 2018
They all describe something that will happen in the future that many people are excited for. "The movie is highly anticipated" - people can't wait to see the movie when it comes out
September 19, 2018
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