English to Greek future

Dictionary entry: future

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in future από 'δω και πέρα

in the future κάποια μελλοντική στιγμή, κάποια στιγμή στο μέλλον

In the first example “in future” means “from now on and always”. It is often used in the context of changing habits or behaviour, and may form part of a reprimand (such as in the above example). In the second example “in the future” means “at/from some future point in time”.Apr 11, 2014
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