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future

noun   /ˈfjuː·tʃər/
the future
A2 in grammar, the form of a verb that is used to talk about something that will happen el futuro
the future
B1 the time that is to come el futuro At some point in the future, we’ll probably move.
in future UK ( also UK/US in the future)
B1 beginning from now a partir de ahora In future, I’ll be more careful.
in the future
beginning from now a partir de ahora In the future, I’ll be more careful.
B1 things that will happen to someone or something in the time that is to come futuro We need to discuss the future of the company.
adjective   /ˈfjuː·tʃər/
B1 happening or existing in the time that is to come futuro in future years
(Definition of future from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

future

noun /ˈfjuːtʃə/
(what is going to happen in) the time to come futuro He was afraid of what the future might bring (also adjective) his future wife.
(linguistics) (a verb in) the future tense. futuro
future perfect noun
(linguistics) the verb tense that is used to show that an action will be finished before a particular time in the future. In English it is formed using ‘will have’ as in ‘I will have finished the report by tomorrow.’ futuro perfecto
in future adverb
after this; from now on en el futuro, en lo sucesivo Don’t do that in future.
(Definition of future from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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