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future /ˈfjuːtʃə $ -ər/ adjective [only before noun]
future noun

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[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- hereafter, time to come
- outlook, expectation, prospect
- forthcoming, approaching, coming, fated, impending, later, subsequent, to come
Antonyms: past
Related Idioms: time to come
English Thesaurus: after, in, within, within a month/two weeks etc, 24 hours/a year etc from now, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. future1 S1 W1 /ˈfjuːtʃə $ -ər/ adjective [only before noun]
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French; Origin: futur, from Latin futurus 'going to be']

1. likely to happen or exist at a time after the present:
We are now more able to predict future patterns of climate change.
We’ve been able to save this land from development and preserve it for future generations.
the debate over the future development of the European Union
future wife/husband/son-in-law etc (=someone who will be your wife, husband, son-in-law etc)

2. technical the form of a verb used for talking about things that are going to happen:
the future tense

3. for future reference something kept for future reference is kept in order to be used or looked at in the future

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. future2 S1 W1 noun

1. the future
a) the time after the present:
What are your plans for the future?
It may be useful at some time in the future.
b) technical the form of a verb that shows that something will happen or exist at a later time. In the sentence, ‘I will leave tomorrow,’ the verb is in the future.

2. [countable] what someone or something will do or what will happen to them in the future:
The islands should have the right to decide their own future.
future of
Ferguson is optimistic about the future of the business.
a leader who will shape the organization’s future

3. in future British English from now:
In future, staff must wear identity badges at all times.

4. have a/no future to have a chance or no chance of being successful or continuing:
Does this school have a future?

5. there’s a/no future in something used to say that something is likely or not likely to be successful:
He felt there was no future in farming.

6. futures [plural] technical goods, money, land etc that will be supplied or exchanged in the future at a time and price that has already been agreed

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. time that will come after the present
ADJ. foreseeable, immediate, near, not-too-distant Things will continue as they are for the foreseeable future. A new branch of the shop will be opening in the near future.
distant, remote
VERB + FUTURE look to, plan for Don't think too much about past troubles?look to the future.
foretell, look into, predict
FUTURE + VERB bring (sb), hold whatever the future may bring you Who can tell what the future holds?
PREP. for the ~ What are your plans for the future?
in (the) ~ In future, employees will park their vehicles away from the works entrance. The possibility of travel to other solar systems still lies in the distant future.
of the ~ The stars of the future are competing in the world junior athletics championships this month.
PHRASES a vision for/of the future In her speech, the director outlined her vision for the future.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. what will happen to sb/sth
ADJ. bright, great, promising, rosy, secure He has a great future as a designer.
bleak, dire, gloomy, grim, uncertain He forecasts a dire future for the industry.
long-term | economic, financial, political
VERB + FUTURE face, have The firm faces a very uncertain future.
determine, shape the right to determine their own future in a democratic fashion
forecast, predict, see | consider, ponder (on) After being dropped from the team the young defender is considering his future.
invest in She decided to invest in her future by taking a management course.
PREP. ~ as She has a very promising future as a musician.
~ in He could see no future in his job.
PHRASES a question mark over the future of sb/sth A question mark hangs over the future of the company after shares plunged to a record low.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

BAD: In future, when my youngest child has started school, I'd like to get a job.
GOOD: In the future, when my youngest child has started school, I'd like to get a job.

Usage Note:
in future = from now on (commonly used in announcements and warnings): 'In future anyone arriving late for class will not be admitted.'
in the future = at some time in the future: 'In the future it is quite possible that a new source of energy will be discovered.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

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