wait for (someone or something)

wait for (someone or something)

To be in a state of expectation or anticipation for someone or something to arrive or for something to happen. Look, I'm not just going to hang around waiting for you to figure out what you want to do with your life—I've got my own dreams and aspirations. We're waiting for the weather to clear up before we start the game. I've been waiting for the bus for nearly an hour.
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wait for

v.
To await someone or something; remain in expectation for someone or something: I waited for my date in the lobby.
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