Out-year



[out-yeer] /ˈaʊtˌyɪər/

noun
1.
the fiscal year after a year covered by a budget; any year beyond the budget year for which projections of spending are made.

noun phrase

One of the six or so years affected by a budget or an action in question; the year beyond a current fiscal year: will rise even more sharply in the near future, or what the Pentagon calls the ”out years” (1970s+)

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