eventually


eventually
01. If you keep on working hard, [eventually] you will succeed.
02. The [eventual] goal of the recent talks between North and South Korea is the reunification of the country.
03. Our flight was delayed by snow, but we [eventually] got away about five hours late.
04. It is hard for any parent to accept that [eventually] a baby will grow up, and move away from home.
05. She opened her own restaurant about a year ago, and [eventually] hopes to start her own chain.
06. He will [eventually] take control of the company when his father retires.
07. We looked at over 60 different houses before [eventually] finding what we wanted in Fairfield.
08. As they exhaust all their fuel, all stars [eventually] face collapse.
09. The stars in our sky form from gas in the universe and [eventually] they grow old and die.
10. There is a Chinese proverb which states that those who say they hate money will [eventually] depend on their friends.
11. Someone once remarked that no matter how fast your computer system runs, you will [eventually] come to think of it as slow.
12. If you keep a goldfish in a dark room, it will [eventually] lose its color and turn white.
13. I read somewhere that if you were to rub garlic on the heel of your foot, it would be absorbed by the pores, and [eventually] show up on your breath.
14. Indonesians traditionally believe that everyone will [eventually] get married, so even a 60-year-old man, when asked if he is married, will answer "Not yet."
15. France is part of the European Space Agency, which is developing rockets to send satellites and [eventually] people into space.
16. This disease will probably kill me [eventually], but it's not going to keep me from living in the meantime.
17. According to Time magazine, the Earth's human population is expected to level off [eventually], perhaps at 11 billion sometime in the last half of this century.
18. Cuba has to prepare itself for the [eventuality] of the death of long-time leader Fidel Castro.
19. The World Health Organization regards tobacco as the only legal product that [eventually] kills half its regular users.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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  • Eventually — E*ven tu*al*ly, adv. In an eventual manner; finally; ultimately. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • eventually — index in due course Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • eventually — ultimately, 1670s, from EVENTUAL (Cf. eventual) + LY (Cf. ly) (2) …   Etymology dictionary

  • eventually — [adv] in the course of time after all, at last, at the end of the day*, finally, hereafter, in future, in the end, in the long run*, one day, someday, sometime, sooner or later*, ultimately, when all is said and done*, yet; concepts 552,820 …   New thesaurus

  • eventually — [ē ven′cho͞o əl ē, ē ven′sho͞oəl ē; ē ven′chə lē] adv. finally; ultimately; in the end …   English World dictionary

  • eventually — [[t]ɪve̱ntʃuəli[/t]] ♦♦ 1) ADV: ADV with cl, ADV before v Eventually means in the end, especially after a lot of delays, problems, or arguments. Eventually, the army caught up with him in Latvia... The flight eventually got away six hours late.… …   English dictionary

  • Eventually — Infobox Album | Name = Eventually Type = Album Artist = Paul Westerberg Released = 1996 Recorded = Genre = Alternative rock Length = Label = Reprise Producer = Lou Giordano, Brendan O Brien Reviews = *Allmusic Guide rating|2|5… …   Wikipedia

  • eventually — e|ven|tu|al|ly [ ı ventʃuəli ] adverb *** at the end of a process or period of time in which many things happen: Dad was eventually diagnosed as suffering from a chronic heart condition. We re hoping, eventually, to create 500 new jobs. Did they… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • eventually — adverb after a long time, especially after a long delay or a lot of problems: He worked so hard that eventually he made himself ill. | She eventually passed her driving test. | “Did you manage to contact Roger?” “Well yes, eventually.” …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • eventually */*/*/ — UK [ɪˈventʃuəlɪ] / US adverb at the end of a process or period of time in which many things happen Dad was eventually diagnosed as suffering from a chronic heart condition. We re hoping, eventually, to create 500 new jobs. Did they ever pay you?… …   English dictionary