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    The deadline for work is expected to be met / kept

    I have run out of my supply of questions to ask you for today. This is the last one for today.

    Which is more idiomatic?

    • The deadline for work is expected to be met at the turn of February and March.

    or

    • The deadline for work is expected to be kept at the turn of February and March.


    Thank you.

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    Re: The deadline for work is expected to be met / kept

    "We expect to meet the February and March deadlines."

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