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future

noun
 
 
/ˈfjuːtʃər/
the future B1 the time which is to come
gelecek, ati, istikbal
He likes to plan for the future. They hope to get married in the near future (= soon).In the future and soon
A2 In grammar, the future is the form of the verb used to talk about something that will happen.
dilbilgisinde gelecek zaman
Verb forms, tenses and types of verbs
in future UK ( mainly US in the future) B1 beginning from now
gelecekte, bundan sonra, ileride
In future, I'll be more careful about who I lend my bike to.Starting from a particular timeIn the future and soon
WHAT WILL HAPPEN [C] B2 what will happen to someone or something in the time which is to come
gelecek, istikbal
We need to discuss the future of the company.In the future and soon
SUCCESS [U, no plural] B1 the chance of continuing to exist or succeed
geleceği
She's got a very promising future ahead of her.Possible and probable
(Definition of future noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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