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be in (good) working/running order

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe in (good) working/running orderbe in (good) working/running orderWORKING/NOT BROKENin good condition or working well She keeps her bicycle in good working order. order
Examples from the Corpus
be in (good) working/running orderThe locomotive was in working order at the time and negotiations proceeded which resulted in transportation to Swanage as described above.To this day the milling machinery is in working order.Two isn't multiplicity and Castelfonte never was in running order, and now they were living in hotels.Hall of Power - a range of engines and heavy machinery, most of which are in working order and operated daily.
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