\pɹˈɒspɛkt], \pɹˈɒspɛkt], \p_ɹ_ˈɒ_s_p_ɛ_k_t]\
Definitions of PROSPECT
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n. [Latin] That which is embraced by the eye in vision ; view ;-especially, a picturesque or widely extended view ; a landscape ; -a position which affords a fine view ; a lookout ;-position of the front of a building;-a view into futurity; anticipation of things to come ;-regard to something future ; reasonable hope ; expectation; show or promise of future good.
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