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eventuate (verb), eventuates; eventuated;: eventuating
1. To happen as a final result: Jack's poor achievement in school will eventuate in failing that year if he doesn't start paying more attention in his classes and doing his homework regularly.
2. To be the issue; to result, come about; emerge: If something eventuates while Nigel is waiting for his flight, then certainly a public announcement will be made.
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