Word: process

Category: process

Business & Industrial, Law & Government, Computers & Electronics

Related words: process

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Synonyms: process

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: process

spanish
procedimiento


german
verfahren, fortsatz, prozedur, arbeitsgang, vorgang, ...

french
façonner, citation, affaire, processus, procédure, ...

italian
lavorare, trattare, procedimento, processo

portuguese
proceder, seguir, processar, processo, procedimento

dutch
bewerken, ontwikkelingsgang, bewerking, verloop, proces, ...

russian
ход, течение, обрабатывать, перерабатывать, возделать, ...

norwegian
bearbeide, prosess, fremgangsmåte

swedish
procedur

finnish
ilmiö, prosessi, uloke, lisäke, menettelytapa

danish
procedure, forløb, metode, proces

czech
chod, spor, běh, průběh, proces, ...

polish
proces, obrabiać, metoda, przetworzyć, przebieg

hungarian
folyamat

turkish
işlem, yöntem

greek
επεξεργάζομαι, κατεργάζομαι, διαδικασία

ukrainian
протокол

albanian
përpunoj

estonian
kulg, protsess

lithuanian
procesas, procedūra, tvarka

latvian
procedūra, sagatavot, process, apstrādāt

romanian
procedură, proces

slovenian
proces

slovak
vývoj, proces, chod

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The meaning and "use of": process

noun
  • a series of actions or steps taken in order to achieve a particular end.
  • a summons or writ requiring a person to appear in court.
  • a natural appendage or outgrowth on or in an organism, such as a protuberance on a bone.

verb
  • perform a series of mechanical or chemical operations on (something) in order to change or preserve it.
  • walk or march in procession.

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