- owed or owing as a debt, right, etc.; payable ⇒
the first payment is due
- suitable; fitting; proper ⇒
with all due respect
- as much as is required; enough; adequate ⇒
due care, in due time
- expected or scheduled to arrive or be ready; timed for a certain hour or date ⇒
the plane is due at 6:30 P.M.
- exactly; directly ⇒
- anything due or owed (; specif.,)
- deserved recognition ⇒
to give a man his due
- ([pl.]) fees, taxes, or other charges ⇒
ME < OFr deu
, pp. of devoir
, to owe < L debere
, to owe: see debt
Translations for 'due'
- American English: due If something is due at a particular time, it is expected to happen, be done, or arrive at that time.The results are due at the end of the month.
- Arabic: مُتَوَقَّع
- Brazilian Portuguese: esperado esperada
- Chinese: 到期的
- Croatian: dospio dospjela, dospjelo
- Czech: má se ...... vrátit ve čtvrtek apod.
- Danish: passende
- Dutch: verwacht
- European Spanish: previsto
- Finnish: olla määrä
- French: dû due
- German: fällig
- Greek: αναμενόμενος αναμενόμενη
- Italian: dovuto dovuta
- Japanese: ･･･する予定で
- Korean: 만기가 된
- Norwegian: skyldig
- Polish: należny należna
- Portuguese: ter chegada prevista
- Romanian: așteptat așteptat, așteptată, așteptați, așteptate
- Russian: должный должная
- Spanish: debido debida
- Swedish: förfallen förfallet
- Thai: ถึงกำหนด
- Turkish: olması beklenen
- Ukrainian: належний
- Vietnamese: đến hạn
Example Sentences Including 'due'
In a matter of weeks, the president was due to fly to Beijing for talks with the mongrels who had usurped the homeland.
Dale Brown's Dreamland (5) STRIKE ZONE (2004)
Originally, 180 to 200 U. S. élite troops were due to instruct 1,100 Georgian troops.
Time Magazine (2002)
Crowds were a little sparser at many of the shows than in the past, perhaps due to the flagging economy.
Seattle Times (2002)
With second-quarter earnings reports due out next month, many investors are reluctant to make any new commitments.
Seattle Times (2002)
In the deepest sense "rights" means to give each being, including ourselves as human beings, its due (haqq).
THE HEART OF ISLAM: Enduring Values for Humanity (2002)
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