upcoming

[uhp-kuhm-ing]
adjective
coming up; about to take place, appear, or be presented: the upcoming spring fashions.

Origin:
1300–50; Middle English; see up-, coming


impending, prospective, imminent, looming.
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upcoming (ˌʌpˈkʌmɪŋ)
 
adj
coming soon; forthcoming

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upcoming
c.1300, "action of coming up," from up + coming (see come). Adj. sense of "forthcoming" first attested 1954.
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Example sentences
Ideally, the two-week event gives a network a chance to promote upcoming series
  and to reinforce its image.
She says she uses it largely to connect with other higher-education
  professionals, to find out about upcoming events or research.
For upcoming global warming the current separation of continents might make
  thinks quite different, though.
It will be interesting to see what roles energy security and the environment
  play in the upcoming presidential election.
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