This page is about the collocation immediate future
collocation pattern: adjective + noun
the period of time directly following the present
- We can't do anything in the immediate future, but we should be able to do something next year.
- Her immediate future's going to be difficult, but she'll fully recover from the accident eventually.
Related collocations include "near future" and "not-too-distant future"
We can't change our government in the immediate future. We can only change it
Contributor: Matt Errey