Definition of 'advent'
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The sudden advent of the Passion had held out an unexpected promise of fun. PASSION IN THE PEAK (2004)For Nathan, the advent of the holidays didn't bring the usual feeling of unalloyed bliss. THE GREENSTONE GRAIL: THE SANGREAL TRILOGY ONE (2004)Until the advent of synthetic dyes, woad was cultivated in great plantations that were for a time a mainstay in some colonial economies. SPIX'S MACAW: THE RACE TO SAVE THE WORLD'S RAREST BIRD (2004)
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Translations for 'advent'
British English: advent /ˈædvɛnt; -vənt/ NOUN
The adventof something is the fact of it starting or coming into existence.
...the advent of the computer.
- American English: advent
- Arabic: قُدُوم
- Brazilian Portuguese: chegada
- Chinese: 出现
- Croatian: pojava
- Czech: nástup počátek éry
- Danish: komme
- Dutch: advent
- European Spanish: advenimiento
- Finnish: adventti
- French: avènement
- German: Aufkommen
- Greek: ερχομός
- Italian: avvento
- Japanese: 出現
- Korean: 출현
- Norwegian: ankomst
- Polish: nadejście
- European Portuguese: aparecimento
- Romanian: apariție
- Russian: появление прибытие
- Spanish: advenimiento
- Swedish: ankomst
- Thai: การปรากฏตัวของคนหรือสิ่งสำคัญ
- Turkish: ortaya çıkış
- Ukrainian: поява
- Vietnamese: sự ra đời
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