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in the short term/run

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin the short term/runin the short term/runSOONduring the period of time that is not very far into the futureshort-term These measures may save money in the short term, but we’ll end up spending more later. short
Examples from the Corpus
in the short term/runEven marriage into the royal family only assured such support in the short term.Giving sanctuary to political asylum-seekers is seldom rewarded on earth, at least in the short term.He predicted more volatile dealings in the short run.The vocabulary of every language is so vast that there is no way to eliminate all such hazards in the short run.Which are the campaign promises that you believe you can deliver on in the short term?Evidently not, in the short term, but in the long term Fangorn knows his race and story are sterile.These measures may save some money in the short term, but we'll just end up spending more later.Although those measures would cost money in the short term, Rep.
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