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Du latin eventus : évènement + -ate

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Temps Forme
Infinitif to eventuate
Présent simple,
3e pers. sing.
Prétérit eventuated
Participe passé eventuated
Participe présent eventuating
voir conjugaison anglaise

eventuate \iˈventʃʊeit\ transitif

  1. Déboucher, aboutir, conclure.
    • Although Staley's plan did not eventuate, the next person to run the Ministry, Robert Ellicott, chose to hold a referendum on the issue.
  • Is that to say we are against Free Trade? No, we are for Free Trade, because by Free Trade all economical laws, with their most astounding contradictions, will act upon a larger scale, upon the territory of the whole earth; and because from the uniting of all these contradictions in a single group, where they will stand face to face, will result the struggle which will itself eventuate in the empancipation of the proletariat. — (Karl Marx (Article du journal Northern Star), 1847, Marx Engels Collected Works Volume 6, 290)
  • Reconciliation cannot eventuate or materialise until the proper legal procedures have been followed, that is without interference from external forces. — (Adi Koila Mara Nailatikau, Fiji Discours au Sénat, 22 octobre 2004)

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