Table of Contents
- Is awaiting your approval?
- What does it mean to await something?
- Is waited a preposition?
- What does awaiting approval mean?
- What does much awaited mean?
- Does task wait block thread?
- Is there usually a wait here meaning?
Is awaiting your approval?
There’s no need to use “for” in “awaiting your approval.” “Awaiting” means “waiting for,” so adding a “for” to the the phrase is repetitive. “Awaiting your approval” or “waiting for your approval” would be correct.
What does it mean to await something?
a·wait. Use await in a sentence. verb. The definition of await is you are expecting or ready for something. An example of await is when you know a bus is arriving soon.
Is waited a preposition?
Verbs & Prepositions. Some verbs are usually followed by prepositions before the object of the verb. these are called dependent prepositions and they are followed by a noun or a gerund (‘ing’ form). We can use other prepositions with ‘wait’ – e.g. He waited at the bus stop – but ‘for’ is the dependent preposition.
What does awaiting approval mean?
Awaiting approval is basically an extra status that jobs go through, The job full process is: Quote > Work Order > Completed > Awaiting Approval > Awaiting Payment > Paid.
What does much awaited mean?
The phrase “much-awaited” is used to refer to something that has been desired for a long time, in this case, the signing of the contract in question. A similar phrase is “long-awaited.”
Does task wait block thread?
Wait will synchronously block until the task completes. So the current thread is literally blocked waiting for the task to complete. As a general rule, you should use ” async all the way down”; that is, don’t block on async code. On my blog, I go into the details of how blocking in asynchronous code causes deadlock.
Is there usually a wait here meaning?
1 Answer. If you’re driving and you say that you are going to wait here then that means that you are going to stop at your current location for a period of time. If instead you say that you are going to wait up (t)here (at a location) then that means that you are approaching the location where you intend to wait.