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Definition of blue-sky adjective from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



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involving new and interesting ideas which are not yet possible or practical The government has been doing some blue-sky thinking on how to improve school standards. The laboratory tries to maintain a balance between applied research and blue-sky research. A team of designers have been briefed to come up with blue-sky ideas to overhaul the company's image.
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