the days/week(s)/year(s) to come Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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the days/week(s)/year(s) to come

the following or next days/week(s)/year(s): What are your plans for the year to come (= next year)?
Translations of “the days/week(s)/year(s) to come”
in Chinese (Traditional) 接下來的幾天/一(或幾)周/一(或幾)年…
in Chinese (Simplified) 接下来的几天/一(或几)周/一(或几)年…
(Definition of the days/week(s)/year(s) to come from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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