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Translation of "future" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

future

adjective [before noun]     /ˈfjuː.tʃər/ US  /-tʃɚ/
happening or existing in the future 未來的;將來的 Of course we'll keep you up to date with any future developments. 當然我們會讓你知道將來最新的進展情況。 There's an old superstition that young girls going to bed on this night dream of their future husbands. 有這麽一種古老的迷信,認爲年輕姑娘們這天晚上睡覺會夢到未來的丈夫。 In the future and soon
In grammar, the future form of a verb is used when talking about something that will happen or exist (文法中)將來時的,將來式的 How do you say that in the future tense? 那句話用將來式怎麽說? Verb forms, tenses and types of verbs
for future reference
used when you tell someone something so that it will be known about and can be used in the future 以後要記住 For future reference, could you use the headed paper for any correspondence that leaves this office? 以後要記住,從這個辦公室發出去的信都要用帶有抬頭的信紙。 Starting from a particular time
Translations of “future”
in Korean 미래의…
in Arabic مُسْتَقْبَل…
in Portuguese futuro…
in Catalan (del) futur…
in Japanese 将来の…
in Italian futuro…
in Russian будущий…
in Turkish gelecekte olacak, bundan sonra…
in Chinese (Simplified) 未来的, 将来的, (语法中)将来时的,将来式的…
in Polish przyszły…
(Definition of future adjective from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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