English adjective: due
|1.||due owed and payable immediately or on demand|
|Samples||Payment is due.|
|Similar||callable, cod, collect, collectable, collectible, delinquent, out-of-pocket, overdue, payable, receivable, repayable|
|2.||due scheduled to arrive|
|Samples||The train is due in 15 minutes.|
|3.||due suitable to or expected in the circumstances|
|Samples||All due respect.|
Due cause to honor them.
A long due promotion.
In due course.
Exercising due care.
|4.||due capable of being assigned or credited to|
|Samples||Punctuation errors ascribable to careless proofreading.|
The cancellation of the concert was due to the rain.
The oversight was not imputable to him.
|Synonyms||ascribable, imputable, referable|
English noun: due
|1.||due (attribute) that which is deserved or owed|
|Samples||Give the devil his due.|
|2.||due (possession) a payment that is due (e.g., as the price of membership)|
|Samples||The society dropped him for non-payment of dues.|
|Broader (hypernym)||fixed charge, fixed cost, fixed costs|
English adverb: due
|1.||due directly or exactly; straight|
|Samples||Went due North.|