yaqin, muqarrar, yaqinlashib kelayotgan, xavf solib turgan
Adjective(1) close in time; about to occur
(1) An imminent merger means that his colleagues are all threatened with redundancy.(2) How could the mother have imagined the imminent danger that was closing in on her son?(3) Tiles have fallen from the roof of the small chapel and the entrance archway looks in danger of imminent collapse.(4) The only difference is that the threat from the former is real and imminent and part of an ongoing development programme.(5) In the end, is it about imminent threats or about picking fights you can win?(6) The expectation among outsiders oscillates between an imminent rise and an early cut in rates.(7) In the new era which Mark believes is dawning, the temple is rejected and its imminent destruction is expected.(8) The fourth scenario is similar to the third except that the danger is not as imminent .(9) But the imminent threat of recession was not the economic fundamental he had in mind.(10) The imminent use of biological weapons and the threat of millions of deaths is not a laughing matter.(11) I will tell you that it did not appear to be a terrorist event and there is no imminent threat.(12) These Lutherans were pietist and puritanical, expecting the imminent apocalypse.(13) As we spoke, the siren of an approaching ambulance warned of the imminent arrival of yet another victim.(14) The second is messianism, the expectation of imminent transformation of the world.(15) A falcon with regard to an expected visitor indicates imminent news or arrival.(16) It was hard to sit in one and not expect the imminent arrival of the drinks trolley.
(1) imminent danger :: yaqin xavf
3. near ::
5. coming ::
6. forthcoming ::
7. on the way ::
8. in the offing ::
9. in the pipeline ::
10. on the horizon ::
11. in the air ::
12. just around the corner ::
13. coming down the pike ::
15. anticipated ::
18. threatening ::
20. in the cards ::
1. late ::
2. recent ::
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To contemplate your IMMINENT death.
You've come to the right place.
Game of Thrones Season 8, Episode 2
or substantial endangerment,
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than the prospect of IMMINENT death.
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 9
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