What does a slated mean?

What does a slated mean?

be expected to happen in the future
to be expected to happen in the future or to be expected to be or do something in the future: [ + to infinitive ] Jeff is slated to be the next captain of the team.

What does got slated mean?

informal To be sharply criticized by someone. I think Henry just got slated by the boss for that printing error in last month’s issue—I could hear the yelling through the wall.

Where does the term slated come from?

The verb was derived from the noun slate (2) circa 1300-1350 and featured in both the Middle English ‘sclate’ and Middle French ‘esclate’, the French term meaning ‘to splinter, break into pieces’. Pieces of slate (1) were first made into writing tablets in the late 14th century (3).

Is slated informal?

1. schedule, plan, book, programme, appoint, arrange The meeting is slated for next Thursday. 2. (Informal, chiefly Brit.)

How do you use slated?

Slated Sentence Examples

  1. It was four thirty, and she was slated to leave at five.
  2. Voting is slated to begin on February 1, 2010.
  3. Has confirmed that she will be starring in the movie Be With You, slated for release sometime in 2009.
  4. This movie is slated for release in February of 2009.

What does slate mean in writing?

Definition of slate writing : a spiritualistic or conjuring performance in which writing is mysteriously done upon a slate.

What is the synonym of slated?

Similar words for Slated: enroll (verb) nominate (verb) program (verb) schedule (verb) other synonyms.

How do you use slated in a sentence?

What does slated mean in the book?

2 : to designate (someone or something) for a specified purpose or action occurring especially at a fixed time was slated to direct the play The new model is slated [=scheduled] for release early next year. slate.

What is the opposite of planned?

Antonyms. unintended unplanned unpremeditated unaffected unmotivated unattached intentionality.

What’s an antonym for planned?

What is the opposite of planned?

unplanned unintentional
accidental casual
spontaneous nondeliberate
unwitting nonpurposive
inadvertent unintended

What’s a word for when something doesn’t go as planned?

unorganized. adjective. without any particular plan, structure, or order.

What is it called when you do something without planning?

impulsive Add to list Share. If someone is impulsive, it means that they act on instinct, without thinking decisions through.

What is a planned person called?

architect. noun. the person who has the idea for something such as a plan or policy and makes it happen.

What is it called when you do something out of nowhere?

spontaneous. adjective. happening in a natural way without being planned or thought about.

What is it called when you say things without thinking?

Impulsive speech is something that can affect anyone, but it can be a common challenge for people who have ADHD. However, you can learn how to stop saying things without thinking.