Forthcoming meaning

fôrth-kŭmĭng
Available or ready when needed.

The promised help was not forthcoming.

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About to appear or take place; approaching.

The forthcoming elections.

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The act or an instance of coming forth.
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About to appear; approaching.

The author's forthcoming book.

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The definition of forthcoming refers to something that is about to happen, or to someone who is willing to openly share information.

An example of forthcoming is a party that is going to happen tomorrow.

An example of forthcoming is a person who tells his life story to anyone he meets.

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A coming forth; approach.
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(not comparable) Approaching or about to take place.

I shall vote in the forthcoming election.

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The money was not forthcoming.

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I am really a forthcoming person.

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Origin of forthcoming

  • forth- +‎ coming

    From Wiktionary