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in process of time

As time passes; at a later time. So we'll wrap your foot for now and see how it feels in process of time.
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in the process of (doing something)

Having started some activity without yet having finished it. I'm just in the process of filing your tax return now.
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trust the process

Have faith that everything will work out as planned. The phrase has become uniquely associated with the Philadelphia 76ers basketball team and its effort to rebuild after a string of poor seasons that allowed the acquisition of several high draft picks (one of whom, Joel Embiid, has been nicknamed "The Process" by extension). I know it looks bad now, but it'll all work out. Just trust the process.
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in the ˈprocess (of doing something)


1 while doing something: In the process of cleaning the furniture, I found six coins.He was supposed to be cutting my hair, but he nearly cut off my ear in the process.
2 in the middle of doing something: We’re still in the process of trying to find somewhere to live.
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Actual completion time of 50 percent of the applicants hired were processed in 30 days or less.
Sand processed through a reclaimer is typically user-ready, especially if the fines have been removed in the reclamation process.
During the progress of its chapters the report begins with a profile of processed food and beverage sector in Japan in 2005 followed by chapter 3 making a comparative study of the market in Japan vis-a-vis Asia Pacific.
It is assessed that both processed food exports and value-added agricultural produce will grow faster in the coming years enabling food processing industry in India to earn profits in leaps and bounds over the next five years.
With rapid industrialization and heightened urbanization, consumption habits have shifted more towards processed food and value added food products.