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for/in the foreseeable future

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfor/in the foreseeable futurefor/in the foreseeable futureFUTUREfor as long as it is possible to know what is likely to happen The situation is likely to continue for the foreseeable future. foreseeable
Examples from the Corpus
for/in the foreseeable futureArguments about this change continue to rage, and will probably burn on for the foreseeable future.It would be unrealistic to not expect to pay higher royalties in the foreseeable future.Later that same enemy had been bloodily counter attacked and neutralised as a threat for the foreseeable future.No test of the planned system against even average-intelligence decoys is planned in the foreseeable future.Now, and for the foreseeable future, the world is awash in plutonium.She is sure that this will settle them for the foreseeable future.To push them on decommissioning would be to remove any chance of it happening in the foreseeable future.
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