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eventual

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisheventuale‧ven‧tu‧al /ɪˈventʃuəl/ ●●○ AWL adjective [only before noun] 🔊 🔊 EVENTUALLYhappening at the end of a long period of time or after a lot of other things have happened 🔊 Sweden were the eventual winners of the tournament. 🔊 Both sides were happy with the eventual outcome of the talks.
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eventualThey are potential rivals, maybe eventual allies, in the Democratic primary.Despite his eventual betrayal of me-for which I have forgiven him-Hu was a superb implementer and an outstanding public servant.The procedures cover each stage from initial reporting of a problem through to eventual correction.No one was sure what the eventual outcome of the war would be.Each measure, however, adds a cost factor to the eventual price of the electricity to the consumer.The motor industry remains hopeful of eventual success.Sweden was the eventual winner of the tournament.
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