proceeding englannista suomeksi
(present participle of)
The act of one who proceeds, or who prosecutes a design or transaction
1919, Rita Wellman, ''The Wings of Desire''
- He had often painted himself at a mirror, a tortuous and fascinating proceeding, as every artist knows, and had been forced to admire the way in which he was made.
1836, (w), ''(w)'' Chapter 50
- It was with feelings of no small astonishment, when the carriage drew up before the door with the red lamp, and the very legible inscription of ‘Sawyer, late Nockemorf,’ that Mr. Pickwick saw, on popping his head out of the coach window, the boy in the gray livery very busily employed in putting up the shutters—the which, being an unusual and an unbusinesslike proceeding at that hour of the morning, at once suggested to his mind two inferences: the one, that some good friend and patient of Mr. Bob Sawyer’s was dead; the other, that Mr. Bob Sawyer himself was bankrupt.
Progress or movement from one thing to another.
(senseid) A measure or step taken in a course of business; a transaction
1848, (w), ''The History of England from the Accession of James the Second''
- The proceedings of the high commission.
Any legal action, especially one that is not a lawsuit.
December 7 2016, Kelly Phillips Erb writing in (w), ''House Says No To Renewed Efforts To Impeach IRS Commissioner''
- Since impeachment is a legal proceeding, while anyone can make a motion to start the process, the Judiciary Committee determines whether there are sufficient grounds for impeachment.