Definition of 'eventful'
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They had said little to each other beyond expressing astonished recognition during that eventful night when Winter was taken to hospital. DARE CALL IT TREASON (2002)On the other hand, I might say to myself: You had an eventful evening. THE ROAD TO PARADISE ISLAND (2002)An eventful, no, a momentous morning and a working lunch-time gone. WHISTLER IN THE DARK (2002)
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Translations for 'eventful'
British English: eventful /ɪˈvɛntfʊl/ ADJECTIVE
If you describe an event or a period of time as eventful, you mean that a lot of interesting, exciting, or important things have happened during it.
He has enjoyed an eventful career around the world.
- American English: eventful
- Arabic: زاخِرٌ بِالَأحْداث خطير
- Brazilian Portuguese: movimentado
- Chinese: 多事的
- Croatian: zanimljiv
- Czech: rušný
- Danish: begivenhedsrig
- Dutch: veelbewogen
- European Spanish: crucial
- Finnish: tapahtumarikas
- French: marquant
- German: ereignisreich
- Greek: πολυτάραχος
- Italian: movimentato
- Japanese: 出来事の多い
- Korean: 사건이 많은
- Norwegian: begivenhetsrik
- Polish: burzliwy
- European Portuguese: movimentado
- Romanian: bogatîn evenimente
- Russian: насыщенный событиями
- Spanish: lleno de acontecimientos
- Swedish: händelserik
- Thai: เต็มไปด้วยเหตุการณ์ที่สำคัญ
- Turkish: olaylı
- Ukrainian: багатий на події
- Vietnamese: có nhiều sự kiện
Definition of eventful from the Collins English Dictionary
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