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forward-looking

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishforward-lookingˈforward-ˌlooking adjective 🔊 🔊 PLANplanning for and thinking about the future in a positive way, especially by being willing to use modern methods or ideasbackward-looking 🔊 a forward-looking Russian statesman
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forward-lookingAnd his interest in the sport is intensely forward-looking.As I said, we're an old established company, but we're forward-looking and vigorous.In response to the difficult situation schools find themselves in, a critical and forward-looking approach to curriculum renewal was developed.Assistance with childcare costs is offered by some forward-looking companies.We like to think we're a forward-looking company that isn't afraid to use new ideas.We have to ask by what means this free and forward-looking imagination can be cultivated at school.The liberal-historical approach by contrast is more forward-looking in character.The appeal to the past was thus developed into a forward-looking philosophy of history.We need more forward-looking political thinking.Rather, you will create a strong, forward-looking tone that is realistic and convincing.Unfortunately, even the most forward-looking women assume a linear progression toward equality.
From Longman Business Dictionaryforward-lookingˈforward-ˌlooking adjectiveCOMMERCE planning for and thinking about the future in a positive way, especially by being willing to use modern methods or ideasSome forward-looking companies implemented wide area networks as soon as they became available.
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