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futuristic

adjective
 
 
/ˌfjuː.tʃəˈrɪs.tɪk/
strange and very modern, or intended or seeming to come from some imagined time in the future
未來派的;超前新奇的
At the unspoiled North Bay, three white pyramids rise like futuristic sails from the sea.
在自然景致保存完好的諾斯貝市,三座白色的金字塔矗立在那裡,像來自未來的海上風帆一樣。
Her latest novel is a futuristic thriller, set some time in the late twenty-first century.
她的新書是一部未來派風格的驚險小說,背景設定於21世紀後期的某個時間。
Modern and fashionableFashionModern and fashionableIn the future and soon
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