English version

in due course

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin due coursein due courseFUTUREat some time in the future when it is the right time, but not before Further details will be announced in due course. due
Examples from the Corpus
in due courseAll the information obtained is being collated and will be published in the Journal in due course.Emap will immediately commence the search for a new Finance Director and will announce an appointment in due course.I look forward to hearing from you in due course.I look forward, therefore, to receiving your cheque for £1300 in due course.If the case became important, Holder figured, paperwork would cross his desk in due course.Further details will be sent out in due course but please lodge your interest early to help them plan the event.There he was in due course tried on indictment, convicted and sentenced for the offences.
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