working order (uncountable)
- (especially of machinery) The state or condition of being operational or of functioning acceptably.
- 1872 Mark Twain, Roughing It, ch. 45,
- The Commission got itself into systematic working order, and for weeks the contributions flowed into its treasury.
- 1908, H. G. Wells, The War in the Air, ch. 10,
- The engine was in working order.
- 2003, Unmesh Kher, "3 Flawed Assumptions About Postwar Iraq," Time, 22 Sep.,
- The Pentagon's plans assumed that Iraq's industrial base and utilities were in working order.
state or condition of being operational
- Mandarin: 正常運轉狀態, 正常运转状态 (zhèngcháng yùnzhuǎn zhuàngtài), 正常工作 (zhèngcháng gōngzuò)
- Finnish: käyttökunto
- Russian: please add this translation if you can