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be slated to do something/be slated for something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe slated to do something/be slated for somethingbe slated to do something/be slated for somethingespecially American EnglishEXPECTif something is slated to happen, it is planned to happen in the future, especially at a particular time He is slated to appear at the Cambridge Jazz Festival next year. Every house on this block is slated for demolition. slate
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