[ US /ˈdju, ˈdu/ ]
[ UK /djˈuː/ ]
  1. that which is deserved or owed
    give the devil his due
  2. a payment that is due (e.g., as the price of membership)
    the society dropped him for non-payment of dues
  1. suitable to or expected in the circumstances
    due esteem
    in due course
    due cause to honor them
    all due respect
    a long due promotion
    exercising due care
  2. scheduled to arrive
    the train is due in 15 minutes
  3. owed and payable immediately or on demand
    payment is due
  4. capable of being assigned or credited to
    the cancellation of the concert was due to the rain
    punctuation errors ascribable to careless proofreading
    the oversight was not imputable to him
  1. directly or exactly; straight
    went due North
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How To Use due In A Sentence

  • They were however a bit thirsty as far as fuel was concerned due to their 4 giant 4125 kilowatt motors, and never reached production.
  • The embassy had been shut down due to Mongolia's support for South Korea's "sunshine policy" of conciliation toward the North.
  • Due to the bad weather, the building work was already behind schedule.
  • the flight was delayed due to trouble with the airplane
  • And I am certain the Commission of Inquiry will exonerate you in due course. MAMBO
  • Net interest income dropped to $256.4 million, primarily due to the low market-interest rates that resulted in lower yields on mortgage-related interest-earning assets as customers refinanced to lower mortgage rates and new loans and asset purchases were at the current low market interest rates. Hudson City Bancorp Swings to Loss
  • This is due to the then nonexistent mobilization of what is called today the "civil society."
  • No deduction in pay is made for absence due to illness.
  • My best wishes for your success in the examination and look forward to hearing in due course that you have passed.
  • Of course, you would expect it to be damp in those parts of the Highlands which the Camanachd Association holds as its fiefdom and indeed shinty has suffered in recent weeks with matches being cancelled due to unplayable pitches.
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