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future British & World English

A period of time following the moment of speaking or writing; time regarded as still to come

future English Thesaurus

Mike's plans for the future

the future in future British & World English

A period of time following the moment of speaking or writing; time regarded as still to come

future life British & World English

A future state or existence, especially seen as very different from the present

future-proof British & World English

(Of a product or system) unlikely to become obsolete

future shock British & World English

A state of distress or disorientation due to rapid social or technological change

future tense British & World English

A tense expressing an action that has not yet happened or a state that does not yet exist

future history British & World English

(In science fiction) a narration of imagined future events

future perfect British & World English

A tense of verbs expressing expected completion in the future, in English exemplified by will have done

once and future British & World English

Denoting someone or something that is eternal or enduring

look to the future British & World English

Consider and plan for what is in the future, rather than worrying about the past or present

foreseeable British & World English

Able to be foreseen or predicted

index futures British & World English

Contracts to buy a range of shares at an agreed price but delivered and paid for later

once and future in once British & World English

Denoting someone or something that is eternal or enduring

in future in future English Thesaurus

I modified the program so that in future it would keep accessible records

look to the future in look British & World English

Consider and plan for what is in the future, rather than worrying about the past or present

future perfect in perfect British & World English

(Of a tense) denoting a completed action or a state or habitual action which began in the past. The perfect tense is formed in English with have or has and the past participle, as in they have eaten and they have been eating (present perfect), they had eaten (past perfect), and they will have eaten (future perfect)