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event US English

A thing that happens, especially one of importance

happy event US English

The birth of a baby

media event US English

An event intended primarily to attract publicity

credit event US English

A default, bankruptcy, or other situation which is recognized as affecting the creditworthiness of a country or organization and which may trigger insurance payments as defined in a credit default swap

event-filled US English

Containing many interesting or exciting events; eventful

event horizon US English

A theoretical boundary around a black hole beyond which no light or other radiation can escape

pseudo-event US English

An event arranged or brought about merely for the sake of the publicity or entertainment value it generates

in any event in event US English

Whatever happens or may have happened

in the event in event US English

As it turns (or turned) out

in any event US English

Whatever happens or may have happened

in the event US English

As it turns (or turned) out

event creation US English

The activity of planning, organizing, and staging public events

in that event in event US English

If that happens

in that event US English

If that happens

in the event that in event US English

If; should it happen that

in the event of —— US English

If —— happens

in the event that US English

If; should it happen that

be wise after the event in wise1 US English

Understand and assess an event or situation only after its implications have become obvious

be wise after the event US English

Understand and assess an event or situation only after its implications have become obvious

nonevent US English

A disappointing or insignificant event or occasion, especially one that was expected or intended to be exciting or interesting

field events US English

Track-and-field contests other than races, such as throwing and jumping events

track events US English

Track-and-field contests that take place on a running track, as opposed to those involving throwing or other activities

event US Thesaurus

an annual event

event English-Spanish

acontecimiento m

credit event English-Spanish

evento m de crédito

life event in life English-Spanish

acontecimiento


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