work-in-progress


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work-in-progress

n
(Accounting & Book-keeping) accounting the value of work begun but not completed, as shown in a profit-and-loss account
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work-in-progress

[ˌwɜːkɪnˈprəʊgrɛs] (Comm) n (value) → valore m del manufatto in lavorazione
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Since the film rights had also been sold before the novel's February 1974 publication, the entire period of Jaws' best-sellerdom--much of which coincided with the making of the movie--could itself be considered a giant publicity trailer for a work-in-progress.
Now we were gathering to hear John Oliver Killens read another chapter from his work-in-progress And Then We Heard the Thunder, a novel that would reveal the real role of Black troops in World War II and the vile treatment they had to endure.
Batch capture is especially important because it allows an editor to free up disk space for new projects, knowing that a work-in-progress can be easily restored to the state in which it had been left.