What is the Meaning of: Expectation | Concept and Definition of: Expectation


Meanings, definitions, concepts of daily use

Expectation, from the latin exspectātum ("expected" or "expected"), is waiting or hoping to achieve something. For example: 'I distrust a little of this kind of boys. I prefer to stay in the expectation,"" I would like to make this TV: in fact, it does not meet my expectations.
The expectation is usually associated with the reasonable possibility that sometimes a given thing. To have expectations, it is that there is something that supports this idea. Otherwise, it would only be a mere hope that can be irrational or based on faith.
If there is a large number of clouds in the sky, the expectation of the people, is that it rains soon. As a result, the answer to this expectation would be do not leave home without his umbrella to avoid getting wet if ever it would start to rain.
Expectant management occurs in the case of uncertainty, what will happen is not yet confirmed. The expectation is that you consider most likely to be held: it is therefore a more or less realistic assumption. If the expectation is not held, it will be certainly disappointed ("I thought you were going to love my gift, but I realize that my expectations are missed"). On the other hand, if the reality overcomes expectations, there will be a pleasant reaction of surprise ("this CD is absolutely amazing, he overcame all my expectations!").
Finally, the expectation is associated with forecasts and expectations. The probabilities that the expectations become reality are all the greater that the number of certainties about the future is high: «expectation concerning the report of the president is quite important, given that several Ministers argued that this would be an advantage for the country's economy»
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