English version

there’s a/no future in something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthere’s a/no future in somethingthere’s a/no future in somethingused to say that something is likely or not likely to be successful He felt there was no future in farming. future
Examples from the Corpus
there’s a/no future in somethingIt's no good, she rebuked herself sternly; there's no future in feeling like this about Luke Travis.
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