anytime soon

anytime soon

In the near future. Will this train be leaving anytime soon? We've been sitting on the tracks for 20 minutes now.
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ˌanytime ˈsoon

(especially American English) used in negative sentences and questions to refer to the near future: Do you think she’ll be back anytime soon?
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22 (ANI): Turns out, Indian Motion Pictures Producers' Association (IMPPA) is not retracting its stand on the issue of Pakistani actors working in India, anytime soon.
As authorities struggle to cut down road deaths, MPs learned on Friday that traffic cameras will not be up and running anytime soon.
While speaking at the Television Critics Association summer press tour on Saturday, July 29, the actress said that it's highly unlikely for Season 2 to happen anytime soon.
These countries rely on migrant workers, which is unlikely to change anytime soon.
Summary: Tom Cruise has revealed that although he loves making films, he has no plans to become a director anytime soon.
But don't count on seeing one in traffic anytime soon.
The mountain probably won't pop its cork anytime soon, says Richard Iverson, a geologist with the U.
22, lending credence to EI CEO Dermot Mannion's acknowledgement at last week's Future of Air Transport conference in London that the LCC is "not going anywhere anytime soon.
Jealousy's been around forever, and it's not going away anytime soon.
They're so deep in a funk that it doesn't look like they'll come out of it anytime soon.
Don't expect a Mount Everest circuit party anytime soon.
Not that the problems will totally evaporate anytime soon, but the likes of Kase Lawal of CAMAC are showing that we are all up to the task--that African Americans, or continental Africans at home or abroad, can achieve whatever they put their minds to in the fast-evolving global village.
Despite changes, most mutuals are comfortable with their structure and don't plan on shedding their models to become publicly-owned companies anytime soon.
Since AHB requires complex collision mitigation systems to achieve full benefits, it is unlikely the technology will find mass applications anytime soon.
Despite the hype, the machines won't be hitting your local Wal-Mart anytime soon.