perfect with respect to a temporal point of reference in time to come; completed with respect to a time in the future, especially when incomplete with respect to the present.
noting or pertaining to a tense or other verb formation or construction with such reference.
the future perfect tense.
another verb formation or construction with future perfect meaning.
a form in the future perfect, as He will have come.
denoting a tense of verbs describing an action that will have been performed by a certain time. In English this is formed with will have or shall have plus the past participle
adjective 1. (of a system, computer, program, etc) guaranteed not to be superseded by future versions, developments, etc adjective protected from consequences in the future, esp. pertaining to a technology that protect it from early obsolescence Usage Note also used as verb
[fyoo-cher] /ˈfyu tʃər/ noun 1. time that is to be or come hereafter. 2. something that will exist or happen in time to come: The future is rooted in the past. 3. a condition, especially of success or failure, to come: Some people believe a gypsy can tell you your future. 4. Grammar. 5. Usually, […]
noun 1. physical and psychological disturbance caused by a person’s inability to cope with very rapid social and technological change. 2. any overload of a person’s or an organization’s capacity for adaptation or decision making. A sense of insecurity and disorientation often felt by people whose societies are undergoing rapid change.
noun 1. a market in which futures contracts in commodities are traded.