transcription, транскрипция: [ feɪz ]
( phases, phasing, phased)
Frequency: The word is one of the 3000 most common words in English.
A phase is a particular stage in a process or in the gradual development of something.
This autumn, 6000 residents will participate in the first phase of the project...
The crisis is entering a crucial, critical phase...
Most kids will go through a phase of being faddy about what they eat.
If an action or change is phased over a period of time, it is done in stages.
The redundancies will be phased over two years.
...a phased withdrawal of American forces from the Philippines.
VERB : usu passive , be V-ed , V-ed
If two things are out of phase with each other, they are not working or happening together as they should. If two things are in phase , they are working or occurring together as they should.
The Skills Programme is out of phase with the rest of the curriculum.
PHRASE : usu PHR after v , v-link PHR