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From the English verb impend:
impending is:
   Gerund

impending  Adjective
  1. Translate "impending" to Spanish: inminente, amenazante, en formación, en preparación, latente
    English Synonyms of "impending": about to happen, at hand, brewing, imminent, just around the corner, looming, impendent
    Define meaning of "impending": Close in time; about to occur.
  2. Retribution is at hand.
    Some people believe the day of judgment is close at hand.
    In imminent danger.
    His impending retirement.

Conceptually-related expressions of "impending"
impend  Verb
  1. Translate "impend" to Spanish: estar presente como una amenaza, cernerse, estar presente sigilosamente, estar suspendido, gravitar
    English Synonyms of "impend": be impending, be hanging over, be there in hiding, hang over, hang suspended, hover, loom, poise

  2. Translate "impend" to Spanish: ser inminente, estar a punto de suceder
    English Synonyms of "impend": be impending, be about to happen, be imminent, hover above, hover on

  3. Translate "impend" to Spanish: estar colgando
    English Synonyms of "impend": be hanging

Verb Conjugation for "impend"
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