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In the unlikely event I ever decide to entertain myself with you, Damin Wolfblade, you won't know what's hit you. TREASON KEEP (2001)In the event the punters would have lost their bets for this is not what occurred. INSTANCES OF THE NUMBER 3 (2001)
He had, for instance, eliminated all uniforms, thus preserving anonymity in the event of capture. BARRACUDA 945 (2001)
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Translations for 'event'
British English: event /ɪˈvɛnt/ NOUN
An event is something that happens.
...recent events in the north of the country.
- American English: event
- Arabic: حَدَث
- Brazilian Portuguese: evento
- Chinese: 事件
- Croatian: događaj
- Czech: událost
- Danish: begivenhed
- Dutch: gebeurtenis
- European Spanish: acontecimiento
- Finnish: tapahtuma
- French: événement
- German: Veranstaltung
- Greek: συμβάν
- Italian: evento
- Japanese: 出来事
- Korean: 사건
- Norwegian: hendelse
- Polish: zdarzenie
- European Portuguese: evento
- Romanian: eveniment
- Russian: событие
- Spanish: acontecimiento
- Swedish: evenemang
- Thai: เหตุการณ์สำคัญ
- Turkish: olay
- Ukrainian: подія
- Vietnamese: sự kiện
Definition of event from the Collins English Dictionary
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