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In The Near Future »
(very soon; it will happen soon; the time for it will be soon...)


A Harbinger Of Things To Come »
(it shows us what will happen in the future...)


A Portent Of Things To Come »
(a demonstration of what will happen in the future...)


A Sign Of Things To Come »
(the thing that happened will happen more often in the future...)


A Taste Of Things To Come »
(some knowledge of what the future will be like...)


Ahead Of One's Time »
(ones ideas are advanced; one's ideas might not be understood until a future time...)


Burning Your Bridges Behind You »
(treating people badly so they won't want to help you in the future...)


Can I Get A Rain Check? »
(get a promise to do that thing at a future time...)


Extend Someone Credit »
(allow a customer to pay at a future time for goods given now; lend someone money to be paid back later...)


Extending Credit »
(allow a customer to pay at a future time for goods given now; lend someone money to be paid back later...)


Get Ahead Of Oneself »
(thinking about future things instead of what you are doing now...)


I'll Have To Give You A Rain Check On That »
(give a promise to do that thing at a future time...)


In Storage »
(put away to be used at a future time; it is packed up and stored...)


Save Something For A Rainy Day »
(don't act on it now; it will be useful in the future...)


Save Up For Something »
(save money for the future...)


Squirrel Something Away »
(save for the future...)


Take A Rain Check On That »
(agree to do that thing at a future time; we will do it another time...)


Time Will Tell »
(after some time passes, we will know; we will find out in the future...)




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