Sinónimos de due en inglés:

due


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adjetivo

1‘she reminded them that their fees were due’

SINÓNIMOS
owing, owed, to be paid, payable, payable now, payable immediately, receivable immediately
outstanding, overdue, unpaid, unsettled, undischarged
Norteamericano delinquent, past due
ANTÓNIMOS

paid

2‘the chancellor's Autumn statement is due today’

SINÓNIMOS
expected, required, awaited, anticipated, scheduled for

3‘he was treated with the respect due to a great artist’

SINÓNIMOS
deserved by, merited by, earned by, warranted by
appropriate to, fit for, fitting for, suitable for, right for, proper to
arcaico meet for
ANTÓNIMOS

undeserved by

4‘he drove without due care and attention’

SINÓNIMOS
proper, right and proper, correct, rightful, fitting, suitable, appropriate, apt, adequate, sufficient, enough, ample, satisfactory, requisite
formal condign
arcaico meet
ANTÓNIMOS

unsuitable


nombre

1‘he attracts more criticism than is his due’

SINÓNIMOS
rightful treatment, fair treatment, deserved fate, just punishment
right, entitlement
rights, just deserts, deserts
coloquial comeuppance
arcaico recompense

2dues‘union members have already paid their dues’

SINÓNIMOS
fee, membership fee, subscription, charge, toll, levy
payment, contribution

adverbio

1‘he hiked due north and arrived back at his base’

SINÓNIMOS
directly, straight, exactly, precisely, without deviating, undeviatingly, dead, plumb, squarely

Frases

    due to

    1‘her death was due to an infection of the abdominal wall’


    SINÓNIMOS
    attributable to, caused by, ascribed to, ascribable to, assignable to, because of, put down to

    2‘the train was cancelled due to staff shortages’


    SINÓNIMOS
    because of, owing to, on account of, as a consequence of, as a result of, thanks to, by reason of, on grounds of, in view of
    Britanico off the back of