English version

be/feel ready for something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe/feel ready for somethingbe/feel ready for somethingspokenWANT to need or want something as soon as possible I’m really ready for a vacation. ready
Examples from the Corpus
be/feel ready for somethingI think he will be ready for a place in the 2003 World Cup... perhaps.Crews had to be ready for hostile fire from the ground.Manufacture is now proceeding and the equipment will be ready for installation on Reactor 2 in May 1993.Novel No. 80 should be ready for publication soon.It must be child development with this goal: that every child be ready for school when that child comes of age.The financial statement will be ready for the A.G.M. The donations from the general public show a decrease on previous years.He seems to be ready for the more burdensome necessities of the job.Pitching coach Dave Wallace said that Radinsky still has time to be ready for the season opener.
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