a week from next Tuesday

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a week from next Tuesday

  1. (idiomatic) Some unspecified time in the future.
    • 1947, Kiplinger's Personal Finance, v.1, no. 12, page 49:
      You are thinking that in ten minutes from now you must do something — or it may be tomorrow, or a week from next Tuesday. Sometimes you think a year ahead, ...
    • 1976, H. A. Rey, Find the constellations, page 48:
      Even the best weatherman can't tell if it's going to rain or shine a week from next Tuesday. With the stars it is different. We can always tell in advance...
  2. (idiomatic, usually preceded by until) Forever.
    • 1996, Robin Blankenship, Earth knack: Stone age skills for the 21st century, page 22:
      On the other hand, too wide a notch means you have to drill until a week from next Tuesday to get enough dust to fill the darn thing.