Translations into Latin:
- futurus(adjective )
- posterus(adjective, noun masculine )
- relicum(noun neuter )
- relicus(adjective )
- relicuum(noun neuter )
- relicuus(adjective )
- reliquum(noun neuter )
- reliquus(adjective )
- saeculum(noun neuter )
- tempus futurum
Something that will happen in moments yet to come.
the future (usually distant)
Something that will happen in moments yet to come
Goodness in what is yet to come/Something to look foreward to.
future (usually near)
Having to do with or occurring in the future.
The time ahead; those moments yet to be experienced.
(grammar) Verb tense used to talk about events that will happen in the future; future tense.
future (starting now)
Taking place or existing in the future.
The time ahead
Having to do with or occurring in the future
(finance, in the plural) Commodities or stocks bought or sold with the understanding that they will be delivered at a date beyond the current one.
Similar phrases in dictionary English Latin. (15)
|Alliance for the Future of Austria||Societas Pro Futuro Austriae|
|for|in the future||dehinc|
|in the future||ammodo; posthaec; cras; posthac; posthinc; amodo; posthoc; posthanc; olim|
|occurrence foreshadowing future events||ostentum|
|of tomorrow|next day|future||crastinus|
|regarding the future||de futuro|
|revealing future by divine inspiration||vaticinus; vaticinius|
|The Future is Ours||Cras es Noster|
|To the future child-victims of euthanasia||INFANTVLIS EVTHANASIA PERITVRIS|
|we grow in the esteem of future generations||postera crescam laude|