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future-proofverb [T]

uk   /ˈfjuː.tʃə.pruːf/  us   /ˈfjuː.tʃɚ.pruːf/
to ​designsoftware, a ​computer, etc. so that it can still be used in the ​future, ​even when technologychanges: Here are some ​tips for future-proofing ​yourcomputernetwork.

future-proofadjective

uk   /ˈfjuː.tʃə.pruːf/  us   /ˈfjuː.tʃɚ.pruːf/
Future-proof ​software, ​computerequipment, etc. is ​designed so that it can still be used ​even when technologychanges: Is it ​possible to ​build a future-proof PC?
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