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Hi everyone,

can anybody please explain me what means structure stated in subject.

other examples:

Vendor to confirm something.
Vendor to submit something.
Vendor to provide something.

I think it is not grammatically duly but in minutes of meeting I see it very often.

Thanks in advance.

David from Czech Republic.
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The infinitive is commonly used in newspaper headlines to indicate future events. A few days ago this might have been in newspapers: President Obama to visit Russia.

CB
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AnonymousVendor to confirm something.
Vendor to submit something.
Vendor to provide something.
These are abbreviated forms meaning:

The plan (or expectation) is that the vendor will confirm something.
(The vendor said he would confirm something.)
(The vendor was assigned the task of confirming something.)

The plan (or expectation) is that the vendor will submit something.
(The vendor said he would submit something.)
(The vendor was assigned the task of submitting something.)

The plan (or expectation) is that the vendor will provide something.
(The vendor said he would provide something.)
(The vendor was assigned the task of providing something.)

CJ
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Thanks a lot.

I think it is clear now.

David
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