Definition of 'apocalypse'
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The struggle against pollution, the battle for the earth, averting a self-inflicted apocalypse. DREAMS OF INNOCENCE (2001)Young people to prevent the apocalypse which is creeping up on us in the very midst of our plenty. DREAMS OF INNOCENCE (2001)
Lyman Lamartine would somehow wangle his way out of the great Native apocalypse. THE BINGO PALACE (2001)
Trends of 'apocalypse'
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Translations for 'apocalypse'
British English: apocalypse NOUN
The apocalypse is the total destruction and end of the world.
We live in the shadow of the apocalypse, of a catastrophe that will mean the end of the world itself.
Definition of apocalypse from the Collins English Dictionary
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