Dictionary: expected of
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to demand that someone does something because it is a duty or seems reasonable
expect something from somebody
The officer expects complete obedience from his troops.
expect somebody to do something
I can't expect her to be on time if I'm late myself.
expect a lot of somebody/expect too much of somebody (=think someone can do more than may be possible)
The school expects a lot of its students.
Require (something) as rightfully due or appropriate in the circumstances:we expect great things of you More example sentences
Most of us switch the system on and off as we require; we expect lots of heat and hot water 365 days a year.
Society requires and expects protection from drunken drivers, speeding drivers and dangerous drivers.
When is it appropriate to begin expecting mature judgments from children?