potential
[pə'tεnʃəl]

adjective

[Definition]: possible to happen

[Example Sentences]:
1. An interesting idea whose wider potential may be seen in 2014.
2. The potential cost reduction over the long term is probably in excess of a factor of 100.
3. This potential memory issue affected older OpenSSL versions 1.0.1, 1.0.0 and 0.9.8.
4. What part of a smartphone is not likely to have potential evidence?
5. Amazon now has the potential to do this much more quickly.
6. A new potential market is out there for them to explore.
7. The potential for using Office to draw in customers that use the iPad is huge.
8. That means they are interested and could be potential customers of the future.
9. The case has the potential to bring big changes to the television industry.
10. The result is a loss of business and a potential public health disaster.
11. Google is always looking at creating new services and potential revenue streams.


[Antonyms]actual, explicit, real

[Synonyms]possible, implicit, undeveloped
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