Supposed to



1.
Intended to; also, believed to, expected to. For example, This pill is supposed to relieve your pain, or You’re supposed to be my partner. [ Early 1300s ]
2.
Required to, as in He is supposed to call home. [ Mid-1800s ]
3.
not supposed to. Not permitted to, as in You’re not supposed to smoke in here.

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