be about to; be on the point of; soon; in no time
And a day of a real sense of "Global village" will come true.
A relation of yours is coming to see you. She will be arriving this evening and intends to stay for a few days.
Rafael Benitez is being lined up for a Liverpool return by come of the club's supporters judging by the Christmas decorations at his home.
This production has finished its trial-production and is ready to come into the market, which has brought great economic and social benefit.
When a company is ready to launch, Graham will sit with the founders and brainstorm key points, writing them down on a whiteboard.
Shortly before he arrived at the hospital earlier this month, Patrick Patterson received a call from his mother.
As he spoke, members of the incoming Obama administration were at the White House for an unprecedented national security drill.
I'd like to wish all of you and your families a Merry Christmas, a wonderful end of this year and all the best for the one lying ahead.
Saddened by this thought, he neglected to water the rose, and just before it was ready to bloom, it died.
Analysts, however, were skeptical that a bid for SocGen was imminent because the bank had not been mortally wounded.