Traducción de epochal en español:

epochal

Pronunciación: /ˈepəkəl/

adj

  • [formal] epoch-making
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Her country's epochal events form the colorful backdrop for her breathless and episodic recounting of her own journey of self-transformation.
    • The epochal event of the post-war world, the winning of the Cold War, is little understood and seldom discussed.
    • The current information revolution can be termed as the fifth epochal event since the birth of the human species.

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