paulo post futurum

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Etymology[edit]

Latin for "about to be, a little after"; reinterpreted as “a little after the future”.

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paulo post futurum (not comparable)

  1. (originally) an old name for a future passive tense in Ancient Greek
  2. (more colloquially) Eventually; sometime in the distant future, or possibly never.

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