verb (used without object), eventuated, eventuating.
to have issue; result.
to be the issue or outcome; come about.

1780–90; Americanism; < Latin ēventu(s) event + -ate1

eventuation, noun
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eventuate (ɪˈvɛntʃʊˌeɪt)
1.  (often foll by in) to result ultimately (in)
2.  to come about as a result: famine eventuated from the crop failure

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Example sentences
There is a high probability that one or more of these risks to global prosperity and stability will eventuate.
All of these hazards, when they eventuate, result in loss of current income to workers' families.
The exemptions apply immediately for use in a future contingency that may never eventuate.
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