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bet to agree to give up (usu. money) to another person if one's prediction of some future result does not occur. [1/7 definitions]
bring to cause to occur or change by way of persuasion, deliberate force, or natural consequences. [1/3 definitions]
chain of events a series of related events that occur in a sequence after some particular triggering event.
coincide to be in the same place or occur at the same time. [1/2 definitions]
collocation in linguistics, the tendency of certain words to occur together in speech or writing with more frequency than chance would predict, or the particular ways that words tend to combine with each other within a particular language. [1/2 definitions]
co-occur combined form of occur.
countdown the act or procedure of counting in reverse in preparation for some event, such as the firing of a rocket, to occur at "zero". [1/2 definitions]
crop up to appear or occur unexpectedly.
cycle the time interval required for such a sequence to occur; periodicity. [1/7 definitions]
deathtrap a place or situation in which death could readily occur, such as an unsafe building.
diachronic of or pertaining to changes that occur over time, as in languages. (Cf. synchronic.)
dogwatch either of two two-hour watches aboard ship that occur between four and eight P.M.
doomsday the day on which the Last Judgment is supposed to occur, at the end of the world. [1/2 definitions]
dream a series of images or visions that accompany sleep, or that occur during waking reverie. [1/13 definitions]
ensue to occur just after another event. [2 definitions]
fall to happen; occur. [1/19 definitions]
fatty acid any of a large class of acids, such as palmitic, stearic, and oleic, that occur naturally in animal and vegetable fats and oils.
follow to occur in sequential order after something else. [1/14 definitions]
force of nature in physics, any one of the fundamental forces that occur in nature, including electromagnetic force, weak nuclear force, strong nuclear force, and gravitational force. [1/3 definitions]
foretoken a sign or warning of something that will appear or occur in the future. [1/2 definitions]
future one's life or existence in the time to come, or those things which will ultimately occur. [1/7 definitions]