aborning

a·born·ing

 (ə-bôr′nĭng)
adv.
While coming into being or being created: "Our own revolutionary war almost died aborning through lack of popular support" (William Randolph Hearst, Jr.).
adj.
Coming into being or being created.

aborning

(əˈbɔːnɪŋ)
adv
US while being born, developed, or realized (esp in the phrase die aborning)
[C20: from a-2 + borning, from born]

a•born•ing

(əˈbɔr nɪŋ)

adv.
1. in birth; before being carried out: The scheme died aborning.
adj.
2. being born; coming into being, fruition, or realization: A new era is aborning.
[1930–35; a-1 + borning irreg. for being born; see born, -ing2]
Translations

aborning

(US)
adv to die aborning (project, idea)noch vor seiner/ihrer etc Durchführung scheitern
adj to be aborningim Entstehen begriffen sein
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