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forward-thinkingadjective

uk   us  
thinking about, planning for, or considering the future, rather than just the present: forward-thinking companies/businesses More forward-thinking businesses have realized that corporate events are only worth the investment if they make a measurable difference.
forward thinking
noun [U]
The insurance industry is not noted for its forward thinking.
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