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  1. Wait:

    • "Wait" is a verb that generally means to stay in one place or delay action until a particular event occurs or until someone arrives.
    • Example: "I will wait for you at the restaurant." Here, "wait" indicates the action of staying or delaying action until the person arrives.
  2. Await:

    • "Await" is also a verb, but it specifically means to wait for something in anticipation or expectation. It often implies a sense of looking forward to or expecting something to happen.
    • Example: "I am awaiting the arrival of the package." In this sentence, "awaiting" suggests that the speaker is expecting the package to arrive.

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