Await - definition, pronunciation, transcription
A crowd of people awaited the train.
We're eagerly awaiting his arrival.
He was arrested and is now in prison awaiting trial.
Her long-awaited new novel is finally being published.
The same fate awaits us all.
Several men are awaiting trial for robbery.
A terrible surprise awaited them at Mr Tumnus' house.
...he's ware of the dangers that await him in the Antarctic...
...science-fiction addicts who eagerly await each new installment in the series...
The defendant was released to await trial but had to surrender her passport.
What changes await us in the coming year and beyond?
formless horrors that await you in the fog
Tension here is mounting, as we await the final result.
The people await you, sire.
present participle: awaiting
past tense: awaited
past participle: awaited