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But without something meatier than Tandy's claim to have seen them, he couldn't hope for a breakthrough. PASSION IN THE PEAK (1995)My latest information is that we might have a real breakthrough. THE ENDLESS GAME (1995)
-this week, Doctor Dillamond made some sort of a scientific breakthrough. WICKED: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF THE WICKED WITCH OF THE WEST (1995)
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British English: breakthrough NOUN
A breakthrough is an important development or achievement.
The scientist described a medical breakthrough in cancer treatment.
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