Definition of futuristic in English:

futuristic

adjective

  • 1Having or involving very modern technology or design.

    ‘a swimming pool and futuristic dome’
    • ‘The brief given to the students was to ‘design a futuristic costume created out of waste material’.’
    • ‘They are also designing futuristic homes for the Qatari royal family.’
    • ‘It gets its sleek, futuristic look from its aerodynamic design, and that carries over into the inside.’
    • ‘The exhibition features detailed but unrealised designs for futuristic new ways of living and utopian ideals of the perfect living space.’
    • ‘All our futuristic website templates are the best of their kind.’
    • ‘It is basically the use of futuristic technology to introduce children to music in bold and innovative ways.’
    • ‘Practically all futuristic templates are user friendly and can be modified according to your specific needs.’
    • ‘This state-of-the-art facility is so futuristic it is unbelievably superior to any facility in the world.’
    • ‘At one point of time, all the jewels on display are futuristic in design, even to the point of appearing bizarre to the uninitiated.’
    • ‘He moves in next door and begins writing sci-fi novels about a futuristic city called 2046.’
    • ‘Modern lines and daring new looks can all contribute to futuristic clothes trends.’
    • ‘Now designs for the futuristic development are set to follow shortly, subject to approval from city planning officers.’
    • ‘Then it was a modern marvel in a futuristic building.’
    • ‘All our futuristic templates come with many value added features that can be added as part of customization.’
    • ‘The adults expected them to choose the photo of a modern, futuristic bike.’
    • ‘This futuristic robot technology could soon revolutionise surgery for hundreds of patients in Yorkshire.’
    • ‘This year the challenge was to design an innovative and futuristic solution for winter warmth.’
    • ‘Whether it will be retro, modern, futuristic or even Moorish is not clear, but it's a safe bet that it will be achingly stylish.’
    • ‘You just have to look at it to see it is still modern and futuristic while utilising all available space.’
    • ‘Obviously, a movie that features futuristic technology and mutants with spectacular powers is going to be heavy with special effects.’
    original, innovatory, innovational, new, novel, fresh, unconventional, unorthodox, off-centre, unusual, unfamiliar, unprecedented, avant-garde, experimental, inventive, ingenious
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    1. 1.1 (of a film or book) set in the future, typically in a world of advanced or menacing technology.
      • ‘But one has to foresee the developments in the future to do a futuristic film.’
      • ‘As a futuristic, gothic thriller, however, the film is somewhat lacking.’
      • ‘For Bay, the movie represents an opportunity to direct a futuristic sci-fi thriller, but he insists that it is in no way geeky.’
      • ‘Futuristic thrillers involving robots can be hit-and-miss affairs.’
      • ‘These events in Chow's life inspire him to write futuristic stories, which are woven elegantly into the fabric of the film.’
      • ‘And believe me, there is nothing schmaltzy about this riveting futuristic film noir thriller.’
      • ‘He created this and his other futuristic novels at a time when Europe was slipping into depression, fascism and war.’
      • ‘Because I think he originally conceived of this as three futuristic stories.’
      revolutionary, avant-garde, futuristic, innovatory, innovative, innovational, trailblazing, pioneering, groundbreaking, disruptive
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  • 2dated Of or characteristic of Futurism.

Pronunciation:

futuristic

/ˌfyo͞oCHəˈristik/