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    • Join Date: Sep 2006
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    Question What does "poised to usher" mean?

    Hi there,

    Recently I read a phrase "poised to usher" in a sentence. eg. The world community is poised to usher into being, for the first time in history.
    The European Union is poised to usher in the biggest change in international aviation in more than half a century that will unblock the long delayed consolidation of the airline business

    What does "poised to usher" mean?


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    • Join Date: Jun 2006
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    Re: What does "poised to usher" mean?

    "Poised to usher (in/into)" means "set/ready/positioned to introduce or launch"


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