Definition of 'watershed'
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`Think Rose, they used to say that life begins at forty, so why don't you make that the watershed to make your life start again? RESCUING ROSE (2002)The decision to pursue a collaborative tone rather than to press for the seizure of birds was a very significant watershed. SPIX'S MACAW: THE RACE TO SAVE THE WORLD'S RAREST BIRD (2002)"We had reached the watershed then and were looking down towards Ice Cold and the skeletal shape of the screening plant. HIGH STAND (2002)
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British English: watershed NOUN
If something such as an event is a watershed in the history or development of something, it is very important because it represents the beginning of a new stage in it.
Her election was a watershed in the country's politics.
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