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process

noun [C]     /ˈprəʊ.ses/ US  /ˈprɑː-/
a series of actions that you take in order to achieve a result 过程;步骤 the peace process 和平进程 Increasing the number of women in top management jobs will be a slow process. 增加高管职位妇女的人数将是一个缓慢的过程。 This decision may delay the process of European unification. 这一决策可能会推迟欧洲一体化的进程。 The party has begun the painful (= difficult) process of rethinking its policies and strategy. 该党开始了重新审视其政策和战略的艰难历程。 Going to court to obtain compensation is a long process. 起诉要求赔偿是一个漫长的过程。 She arrived at the correct answer by a process of elimination (= by deciding against each answer that was unlikely to be correct until only one was left). 她使用排除法找到了正确答案。 Ways of achieving things
a series of changes that happen naturally 变化过程;进程 the digestive process 消化过程 the ageing process 衰老的过程 It's all part of the learning process. 这完全是学习过程的一部分。 Making progress and advancingBecoming better
a method of producing goods in a factory by treating raw materials 制作方法,加工方法 They have developed a new process for extracting aluminium from bauxite. 他们创造出一种从铝土矿中提炼铝的新工艺。 Industrial processing
(Definition of process noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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