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"futuristic" in British English

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futuristicadjective

uk   /ˌfjuː.tʃəˈrɪs.tɪk/ us   /ˌfjuː.tʃəˈrɪs.tɪk/
strange and very modern, or intended or seeming to come from some imagined time in the future: A futuristic car was on display at the auto show. Her latest novel is a futuristic thriller, set some time in the late 21st century.
(Definition of futuristic from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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futuristicadjective

us   /ˌfju·tʃəˈrɪs·tɪk/
  • futuristic adjective (TIME)

relating to the future, or very modern or advanced: Her latest novel is a futuristic thriller, set in the twenty-first century. The mall is noted for its futuristic, glass-steel-and-concrete construction.
(Definition of futuristic from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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