to be about to

to be about to do something: to be at the moment of doing something, to be ready. We use this expression to refer to something that will happen very soon in the future.


The plane is about to take off.

I don’t want what I’m about to say to be recorded.

The sun is about to rise.

They are about to begin a new chapter in their history.

The country’s economy is about to collapse.


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