Definition of blue-sky in English:

blue-sky

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(also blue-skies)

adjective

[attributive] informal
Creative or visionary and unconstrained by practicalities: blue-sky thinking
More example sentences
  • Moving toward network-centric warfare and leveraging technologies to this end requires investment in blue-sky research and cutting-edge innovation, much of which does not yield the military results expected.
  • Equally, the market doesn't always know what it needs and blue-sky research will continue to produce many of the most successful technologies from a commercial viewpoint.
  • The startups being acquired now have real technology to offer - and buyers have real needs, not just blue-sky visions.

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