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in the making

Definition of in the making in English:

In the process of developing or being made: a campaign that’s been two years in the making
More example sentences
  • But most of the cases have been a long time in the making and are still struggling to reach resolution.
  • Six years in the making and England have a cricket team to be proud of.
  • A replica traction engine more than a decade in the making by a father and son team is almost complete.
Synonyms
budding, burgeoning, coming, emergent, growing, developing, nascent, potential, promising, up and coming, incipient
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