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    Question What does "in due course" mean?

    What does "in due course" mean? Is it same as "by the deadline"? Is there anyone can help me out?
    Thank you in advance.


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    Re: What does "in due course" mean?

    The idiom 'in due course' means 'eventually' or 'at some time in the future'.

    (not a teacher)

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