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(expressing possibility)

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  • might — 1. past of MAY, used esp.: 1 in reported speech, expressing possibility (said he might come) or permission (asked if I might leave) (cf. MAY 1, 2). 2 (foll. by perfect infin.) expressing a possibility based on a condition not fulfilled (if you d… …   Useful english dictionary

  • may — may1 modal verb (3rd singular present may; past might mʌɪt) 1》 expressing possibility. 2》 expressing permission. 3》 expressing a wish or hope. Phrases be that as it may nevertheless. that is as may be that may or may not be so. Origin OE mæg …   English new terms dictionary

  • potential — I. adjective Etymology: Middle English potencial, from Late Latin potentialis, from potentia potentiality, from Latin, power, from potent , potens Date: 14th century 1. existing in possibility ; capable of development into actuality < potential… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • may — ► MODAL VERB (3rd sing. present may; past might) 1) expressing possibility. 2) expressing permission. 3) expressing a wish or hope. ● be that as it may Cf. ↑be that as it may …   English terms dictionary

  • potential — /peuh ten sheuhl/, adj. 1. possible, as opposed to actual: the potential uses of nuclear energy. 2. capable of being or becoming: a potential danger to safety. 3. Gram. expressing possibility: the potential subjunctive in Latin; the potential use …   Universalium

  • potential — po•ten•tial [[t]pəˈtɛn ʃəl[/t]] adj. 1) possible, as opposed to actual: the potential uses of nuclear energy[/ex] 2) capable of being or becoming: a potential danger[/ex] 3) gram. (esp. of a verb phrase, verb form, or mood) expressing possibility …   From formal English to slang

  • potential — /pəˈtɛnʃəl / (say puh tenshuhl) adjective 1. possible as opposed to actual. 2. capable of being or becoming; latent. 3. Grammar expressing possibility, as of a mode or modal construction, as I can go . 4. Rare potent. –noun 5. a possibility or… …   Australian English dictionary

  • po|ten´tial|ly — po|ten|tial «puh TEHN shuhl», adjective, noun. –adj. 1. possible as opposed to actual; capable of coming into being or action: »There is a potential danger of being bitten when one plays with a strange dog. The potential efficiency of modern… …   Useful english dictionary

  • po|ten|tial — «puh TEHN shuhl», adjective, noun. –adj. 1. possible as opposed to actual; capable of coming into being or action: »There is a potential danger of being bitten when one plays with a strange dog. The potential efficiency of modern chemical weapons …   Useful english dictionary

  • anything — pronoun / eniTIN/ 1 any thing, event, situation etc, when it does not matter exactly which: Anything will do to wedge the door open. | If you believe that, you ll believe anything! | OK, you can borrow the car anything for a quiet life. |… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • anywhere — adverb also anyplace Ame 1 in or to any place: Sit anywhere, there are plenty of seats. | Tropical fruit used to be hard to find in Britain but now you can buy it anywhere. (+ in): Apparently that restaurant does the best curry anywhere in London …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English


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