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process



I.process1 S1 W1 AC /ˈprəʊses $ ˈprɑː-/ BrE AmE noun [countable]
[Word Family: noun
: ↑process, processing, ↑procession, ↑processor; adjective: ↑processed, ↑processional; verb: process]
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French; Origin: proces, from Latin processus, from procedere; ⇨ ↑proceed]
1. a series of actions that are done in order to achieve a particular result:
the Israeli–Egyptian peace process
Repetition can help the learning process.
process of
the process of economic change
slow/lengthy/laborious etc process
Getting fit again has been a long slow process.
the mental processes involved in decision-making
2. a series of things that happen naturally and result in gradual change
process of
the natural process of evolution
Coal forms by a slow process of chemical change.
the digestive process
3. be in the process of (doing) something to have started doing something and not yet be finished:
The company is in the process of moving to new offices.
4. be in process if something is in process, it is happening now:
There was an armed revolt in process.
5. in the process while you are doing something or something is happening:
I spilt the coffee, burning myself in the process.
6. process of elimination a way of finding the right answer, the truth etc by gradually deciding that none of the other answers etc are possible
by (a) process of elimination
I solved the problem by a process of elimination.
7. a method of making or producing goods:
the car production process
Recycling is an industrial process.
⇨ ↑due process
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COLLOCATIONS (for Meanings 1 & 2)
ADJECTIVES/NOUN + process
slow Collecting the data is a slow process.
long/lengthy Try to be patient through the long process of healing.
laborious (=taking a lot of time and effort) The copying of manuscripts was a laborious process.
complex Getting a visa can be a complex process.
a natural process Birth is a natural process.
a formal process A decision will only be taken after a formal consultation process.
a mental process Cats have different mental processes from dogs.
the learning process The student is actively involved in the learning process.
the peace process They are frustrated with the lack of progress in the peace process.
the decision-making process Not all staff can participate in the decision-making process.
a selection process An interview normally forms part of the selection process.
verbs
go through a process (also undergo a process formal) (=experience a process) A lot of companies are going through a process of change. | The system underwent a process of simplification.
take part in a process (also participate in a process) We encourage our clients to participate in the process at every stage.
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THESAURUS
system an organized set of ideas, methods, actions etc that you use to do something: the airport security system | the system for dealing with refugees
process a series of actions that are done in order to achieve a particular result: the process of teaching children to read | Repeat the same process, until all the sugar has dissolved.
procedure the official or usually agreed way of doing something: You must follow the normal complaints procedure. | Large companies have a standard procedure for informing new employees about conditions of work.
formula a method or set of principles that you use to solve a problem or make sure that something is successful: The team are hoping to use the same winning formula that they used last season. | There is no magic formula for success (=a method that is certain to succeed).
II.process2 AC BrE AmE verb [transitive]
1. to make food, materials, or goods ready to be used or sold, for example by preserving or improving them in some way:
Goats’ cheese may be processed in many ways.
Two million workers are employed processing goods for electronic firms.
2. to deal with an official document, request etc in the usual way
process an application/claim/transaction etc
All university applications are processed through this system.
3. to deal with information using a computer:
The new network will enable data to be processed more speedily.
4. to print a picture from a photographic film
⇨ ↑data processing, ↑word processor
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THESAURUS
deal with something to take the necessary action, especially in order to solve a problem: We need to deal with problems like pollution and climate change. | I spend most of my day dealing with customer enquiries.
handle to deal with a problem or difficult situation by making particular decisions. Used especially when talking about how well or badly someone does this: He handled the situation very well. | Most customers were happy with the way their complaints had been handled.
tackle to start to deal with a problem, especially one that is complicated: We need to tackle the issue of drugs in schools. | The government is introducing new measures to tackle online crime.
see to/attend to somebody/something to deal with all the practical details of something that needs to be done or organized. Attend to is more formal than see to: My son saw to all the funeral arrangements. | I have some business to attend to.
take care of something to do the work or make the arrangements that are necessary for something to happen. Used especially when you do this for someone else so that they do not have to worry about it: My secretary takes care of all the paperwork.
process if a company or organization processes a letter, form etc, they do the things that are usually done as part of their official system, in order to deal with it: It will take a minimum of 14 days to process your passport application. | I called their office, and they said that my request was still being processed.
III.process3 /prəˈses/ BrE AmE verb
[intransitive always + adverb/preposition]
formal to walk or move along in a very slow and serious way, especially as part of a group

processhu
['prouses]
danh từ
quá trình; quy trình
turn-round is a very time-consuming process
xếp dỡ hàng hoá là một quy trình rất tốn thời gian
a manufacturing process
quy trình sản xuất
the process of issuing an investment licence
quy trình cấp giấy phép đầu tư
teaching him French is a very painful process
dạy tiếng Pháp cho nó là một quá trình rất vất vả
the process of growing old
quá trình lão hoá
the processe of digestion; the digestive process
quá trình tiêu hoá
cách thức; phương pháp (sản xuất, chế biến)
the Bessemer process of making steel
phương pháp sản xuất thép bằng lò Be-xơ-me
(pháp lý) thủ tục pháp lý, việc tố tụng; trát đòi, lệnh gọi của toà án
(sinh vật học) u, bướu (ở cây cối, thân động vật)
(ngành in) phép in simili (in ảnh), phép in ảnh chấm
in the process
trong khi đang làm cái gì vừa mới nói
I started knocking at the door and saw his younger sister in the process
Tôi bắt đầu gõ cửa và đang lúc đó thì thấy em gái anh ta
in the process of something/doing something
đang thực hiện một nhiệm vụ nào đó
we're still in the process of bailing water
chúng tôi vẫn đang tát nước ra
ngoại động từ
xử lý; chế biến; gia công
to process leather to make it softer
xử lý da làm cho nó mềm hơn
to process photographic film
xử lý phim ảnh (rửa phim)
(tin học) xử lý (dữ liệu...)
giải quyết chính thức (một tài liệu..)
it may take a few weeks for your request to be processed
có lẽ phải mất vài tuần thì đơn của anh mới được giải quyết
kiện (ai); truy tố (ai)
[prə'ses]
nội động từ
(thông tục) đi trong một đám rước; diễu hành
The bishops, priests and deacons processed into the cathedral
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