due

All Adjective
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  • Most of the cross-border lines are currently closed due to political problems.
  • However, his tenure with the company was short-lived due to personal problems.
  • His stay at the club was short-lived due to foreign player restrictions.
  • He did not run for re-election due to term limits.
  • The storm turned west-northwest due to a broad ridge to its north.
  • It moved quickly to the west-northwest due to a strong ridge to its north.
  • Most people have social, financial or work related problem due to the disorder.
  • The group was short lived due to several reasons.
  • However, due to the situation in the country, France has retained a military presence.
  • Other streets nearby were laid out on the cardinal points, due north-south and east-west.
  • Due to its importance to life, blood is associated with a large number of beliefs.
  • He was unable to seek re-election due to term-limits.
  • However, due to their low cost, natural adhesives are still more commonly used.
  • If old members picked up their dues later a new party number would be assigned.
  • The storm turned more to the west and west-northwest due to a building ridge to the south.
  • The charges were later dropped due to lack of evidence.
  • The money raised from dues is often used to support a staff and office.
  • These member groups paid dues, and the organization was run by an elected board.
  • By then both have already paid their dues in the music industry.
  • She did not compete for the rest of the season due to a continuing back injury.
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Meaning of due

  • noun That which is deserved or owed
    give the devil his due
  • noun A payment that is due (e.g., as the price of membership)
    the society dropped him for non-payment of dues
  • adjective Owed and payable immediately or on demand
    payment is due
  • adjective Suitable to or expected in the circumstances
    all due respect, due cause to honor them, a long due promotion, in due course, due esteem, exercising due care
  • adverb Directly or exactly; straight
    went due North