Prospective meaning

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Expected; likely; future.
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Effective in the future. Newly enacted laws and constitutional decisions are almost always applied prospectively.
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Prospective is defined as likely or expected.

An example of someone prospective is a potential new client; a prospective client.

An example of someone prospective is a student looking at colleges; a prospective student.

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Looking toward the future.
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Likely to become or be.

Prospective clients.

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Likely or expected to happen.
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Prospective students are those who have already applied to the university, but have yet to be admitted.

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Of or relating to a prospect; furnishing a prospect.
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Looking forward in time; acting with foresight.
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(informal, often plural) A prospective (potential) member, student, employee, date, partner, etc.

Would you like to show the prospective around?

I'm meeting the prospectives at 3.

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