phase-in

[feyz-in]
noun
an act or instance of phasing in; gradual introduction or implementation.

Origin:
noun use of verb phrase phase in

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In addition, these increases carried no phase-in period.
And once a bank is compliant, the market will punish it severely if it slides back during the phase-in period.
In addition, the contractor will provide phase-in training and turnover with the successor contractor.
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