English version

have a/no future

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhave a/no futurehave a/no futureto have a chance or no chance of being successful or continuing Does this school have a future? future
Examples from the Corpus
have a/no futureAnd Bosnia might have a future.But those ideologies now have no future except in the history books.Broadly-based companies without differentiated products have no future, he says.Nick Ellis, London Does the human race have a future longer than its past?All school systems are going to have to make similar innovative arrangements if school-to-work programs are to have a future.If I take on an artist, for example, I need to think they will have a future.
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