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on·go·ing

 (ŏn′gō′ĭng, ôn′-)
adj.
1. Currently taking place: an ongoing festival.
2. In progress or evolving.
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ongoing

(ˈɒnˌɡəʊɪŋ)
adj
1. actually in progress: ongoing projects.
2. continually moving forward; developing
3. remaining in existence; continuing
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on•go•ing

(ˈɒnˌgoʊ ɪŋ, ˈɔn-)

adj.
continuing without termination or interruption: ongoing research projects.
[1855–60]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.ongoing - currently happening; "an ongoing economic crisis"
current - occurring in or belonging to the present time; "current events"; "the current topic"; "current negotiations"; "current psychoanalytic theories"; "the ship's current position"
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ongoing

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ongoing

adjective
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Translations
مُسْتَمِر، دائِر
fortsat
folyamatban levõ
áframhaldandi
stále pokračujúci
devam eden

ongoing

[ˈɒnˌgəʊɪŋ] ADJ (= in progress) → en curso; (= continuing) → en desarrollo; (= current) → corriente
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ongoing

[ˈɒngəʊɪŋ] adj
[debate, situation, process, investigation] → en cours
the ongoing economic crisis → la crise économique en cours
to be ongoing → être en cours
The inquiry is still ongoing → L'enquête est toujours en cours.
[relationship] → suivi(e)
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ongoing

adj (= in progress) research, projectim Gang befindlich, laufend; (= long-term, continuing) development, relationshipandauernd; ongoing crisisDauerkrise f; this is an ongoing situationdiese Situation ist von Dauer
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ongoing

[ˈɒnˌgəʊɪŋ] adj (in progress) → in corso; (continuing) → che si sviluppa
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on

(on) preposition
1. touching, fixed to, covering etc the upper or outer side of. The book was lying on the table; He was standing on the floor; She wore a hat on her head.
2. in or into (a vehicle, train etc). We were sitting on the bus; I got on the wrong bus.
3. at or during a certain day, time etc. on Monday; On his arrival, he went straight to bed.
4. about. a book on the theatre.
5. in the state or process of. He's on holiday.
6. supported by. She was standing on one leg.
7. receiving, taking. on drugs; on a diet.
8. taking part in. He is on the committee; Which detective is working on this case?
9. towards. They marched on the town.
10. near or beside. a shop on the main road.
11. by means of. He played a tune on the violin; I spoke to him on the telephone.
12. being carried by. The thief had the stolen jewels on him.
13. when (something is, or has been, done). On investigation, there proved to be no need to panic.
14. followed by. disaster on disaster.
adverb
1. (especially of something being worn) so as to be touching, fixed to, covering etc the upper or outer side of. She put her hat on.
2. used to show a continuing state etc, onwards. She kept on asking questions; They moved on.
3. (also adjective) (of electric light, machines etc) working. The television is on; Turn/Switch the light on.
4. (also adjective) (of films etc) able to be seen. There's a good film on at the cinema this week.
5. (also adjective) in or into a vehicle, train etc. The bus stopped and we got on.
adjective
1. in progress. The game was on.
2. not cancelled. Is the party on tonight?
ˈoncoming adjective
approaching. oncoming traffic.
ˈongoing adjective
continuing. an ongoing argument.
ˈonward(s) adverb
moving forward (in place or time). They marched onward(s).
be on to (someone)
to have discovered (a person's) trick, secret etc. The thieves realized that the police were on to them.
on and on
used with certain verbs to emphasize the length of an activity. She kept on and on asking questions.
on time
at the right time. He got here on time.
on to / ˈonto
to a position on. He lifted it onto the table.
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