English version

on the horizon

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishon the horizonon the horizonFUTUREto seem likely to happen in the future Business is good now, but there are a few problems on the horizon. horizon
Examples from the Corpus
on the horizonTwo marker posts with winking lights had appeared on the horizon, and the bus was steering between them.Something slightly less flat than the flatness surrounding it appeared on the horizon.Then on the fifth day, mid-morning, a pool of light as pale and clear as moonstone appeared on the horizon.Rivers flashed by, and mountains appeared on the horizon.Marriage is on the horizon or meeting that special individual.Meanwhile, the absolute deadline of June 30,1982, loomed on the horizon.Off on the horizon was the Soviet guided-missile destroyer Sovremennyy.Huge, black clouds rushed on the horizon.
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