impending

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From Latin impendō(to overhang).

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impending ‎(not comparable)

  1. Approaching; drawing near; about to happen or expected to happen.
    I have no time right now because of an impending paper submission deadline.

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impending

  1. present participle of impend
    The hurricane is impending.