Instead of in the future, can I say down the road in the following sentence?

It can be achieved in the future.


"Down the road" is an idiom. If we say something will happen down the road, it will happen in the future.

So the sentence "It can be achieved down the road" is correct; it means that "It can be achieved in the future".

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  • It looks clear for me too. :) – Kamal May 20 '16 at 9:36

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