Anticipate and Hinder

Anticipate

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Anticipate verb – To believe in the future occurrence of (something).
Hinder and anticipate are semantically related in preclude topic. In some cases you can use "Hinder" instead a verb "Anticipate", when it comes to topics like act in advance of.
Nearby Words: anticipation, anticipating, anticipatory, anticipant, anticipator
Synonyms for Anticipate

Hinder

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Hinder verb – To create difficulty for the work or activity of.
Anticipate and hinder are semantically related in preclude topic. Sometimes you can use "Anticipate" instead a verb "Hinder".
Nearby Words: hindrance, hindered, hindering
Synonyms for Hinder

Common collocations

movement anticipate movement hinder movement
effect anticipate effect hinder effect
investigation anticipate investigation hinder investigation
attacks anticipate attacks hinder attacks
Other nouns: opponents.
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