See also du'e, and Due
- (UK) IPA: /djuː/, X-SAMPA: /dju:/
- Homophone: dew
- (US) enPR: do͞o, IPA: /du/, X-SAMPA: /du/
- Rhymes: -uː
- Owed or owing
- He is due four weeks of back pay.
- The amount due is just three quid.
- The due bills total nearly seven thousand dollars.
- He can wait for the amount due him.
- With all due respect, you're wrong about that.
- Scheduled; expected.
- Rain is due this afternoon.
- The train is due in five minutes.
- When is your baby due?
- Having reached the expected, scheduled, or natural time
- The baby is just about due.
- (owed or owing): needed, owing, to be made, required
- (scheduled, expected): expected, forecast
- (having reached the scheduled or natural time): expected
owed or owing, to be paid by the stated time
of an event, scheduled, expected
of a baby, expected to be born at the stated time
of a pregnant woman, due to give birth on the stated date
used with compass directions: directly or exactly
due (plural dues)
- Deserved acknowledgment.
- Give him his due — he is a good actor.
- (in plural dues) A membership fee.
- That which is owed; debt; that which belongs or may be claimed as a right; whatever custom, law, or morality requires to be done.
- He will give the devil his due.
- Yearly little dues of wheat, and wine, and oil.
- Right; just title or claim.
- The key of this infernal pit by due […] I keep.
- give someone his due
- due in Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary, G. & C. Merriam, 1913
- due in The Century Dictionary, The Century Co., New York, 1911
- due at OneLook Dictionary Search
From Old Norse dúfa.
- IPA: /duːə/, [ˈd̥uːə], [ˈd̥uːu]
terms derived from “due”
Inflection of due
- IPA: [ˈdue]
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| Cardinal : due
Ordinal : secondo
Multiplier : doppio
due m and f (invariable)
due m (invariable)
le due f pl
- two o'clock (a.m. or p.m.)
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