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See also: under way
underway (plural underways)
- A road, track, path, or street for going under another way or obstacle.
- An underground passage, tunnel.
- 2004, Alan Goldfein, “A Wonderful Drive”, in Europe's Macadam, America's Tar: How America Really Compares to "Old Europe", American Editions, →ISBN, page 46:
- A voyage, especially underwater.
- 2008, Alfred Scott McLaren, William R. Anderson, “To Severnaya Zemlya and the Beginning of the Shelf Survey”, in Unknown Waters: A First-Hand Account of the Historic Under-ice Survey of the Siberian Continental Shelf by USS Queenfish (SSN-651), Univ. of Alabama Press, →ISBN, page 179:
- I had been the diving officer on three previous submarines, …, and was an experienced officer of the deck with many underways and landings under my belt on all three.
- (computer science) subroutine
- 2003, “Chapter 5 Are Scripting Languages Any Good?”, in Marvin Zelkowitz, editor, Advances in Computers: Information Repositories, Academic Press, →ISBN, page 226:
- However, the class of programs represented by the phonecode task is rather large and common, especially in an area for which script languages are often used, namely transcribing text files from one format into another, perhaps including some semantic processing underways.
- In motion, in progress; being done or carried out; on a journey.
- 2008 February 14, Lohr, Steve, “Offshore Outsourcing’s Next Wave: How High?”, in NY Times, retrieved 2012-01-22:
- The next wave, well underway, is shipping back-office business tasks overseas, ...
in motion, in progress; being done or carried out