near-term


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near-term

(nîr′tûrm′)
adj.
Of, for, or involving a short period of time in the near future.
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Compared with healthy full-term infants, healthy near-term infants were at higher risk for developmental delay or disability, were more likely to require special education in kindergarten, and were more likely to be retained or suspended in kindergarten.
Leading companies focus their goals--both those managed internally and those communicated externally--on near-term objectives that are in the context of a longer-term value ambition.
Yet CEOs' near-term growth estimate for themselves is more cautious, according to the survey.