n. hopes and anticipations of success pros·pect || 'prɑspekt /'prɒspekt n. chance, probability of advancement or success; hope, promise; view, vista, scene; outlook, perspective; potential customer (Economics) v. search for valuable materials (such as gold, oil, etc.); examine an area for the presence of valuable materials

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