English version

be in the process of (doing) something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe in the process of (doing) somethingbe in the process of (doing) somethingDEAL WITHto have started doing something and not yet be finished The company is in the process of moving to new offices. process
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be in the process of (doing) somethingThames Water Authority are in the process of carrying out a general refurbishment programme at the plant.Sadly, Attia Hosain died while this book was in the process of being put together.The chain was in the process of curling round as if to join and form a circle.The Committee is in the process of finalizing its first draft.The gluten is in the process of setting and the crust is deceptively crisp, hiding the immature bread within.He is in the process of changing his swing and said his old method had started to show up a little too much.Some 300 native applications are said to be in the process of moving to Solaris x86.Many who are in the process of acquiring these technical skills may wish to try their hand at grantsmanship.
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