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  • 41 event — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. occasion, occurrence, happening; affair, episode, incident; gala affair or occasion, holiday; experience; circumstance, issue, outcome, result. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [Anything that happens] Syn.… …

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  • 42 event — n. 1 a thing that happens or takes place, esp. one of importance. 2 a the fact of a thing s occurring. b a result or outcome. 3 an item in a sports programme, or the programme as a whole. 4 Physics a single occurrence of a process, e.g. the… …

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  • 43 event — noun 1) an annual event Syn: occurrence, happening, proceeding, incident, affair, circumstance, occasion, phenomenon; function, gathering; informal bash 2) the team lost the event Syn: competition …

    Thesaurus of popular words

  • 44 event — See: IN ANY CASE or AT ALL EVENTS, IN ANY CASE also IN ANY EVENT or AT ALL EVENTS, IN CASE or IN THE EVENT, IN CASE OF also IN THE EVENT OF …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 45 event — See: IN ANY CASE or AT ALL EVENTS, IN ANY CASE also IN ANY EVENT or AT ALL EVENTS, IN CASE or IN THE EVENT, IN CASE OF also IN THE EVENT OF …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 46 event — A change or happening. The central debate in the philosophy of events is whether they are to be thought of as individuals, like objects, capable of date and place and capable of being described in different ways, or whether they are more like… …

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  • 47 event — See: in any case or at all events, in any case also in any event or at all events, in case or in the event, in case of also in the event of …

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  • 48 event — noun 1》 a thing that takes place.     ↘a public or social occasion. 2》 each of several contests making up a sports competition. 3》 Physics a single occurrence of a process, e.g. the ionization of one atom. Phrases in any event (or at all events)… …

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  • 49 event — noun Etymology: Middle French or Latin; Middle French, from Latin eventus, from evenire to happen, from e + venire to come more at come Date: 1549 1. a. archaic outcome b. the final outcome or determination of a legal action c. a postulated… …

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  • 50 event — sentinel e. a type of clinical indicator used to monitor and appraise the quality of care, indluding events that require immediate attention. * * * event i vent n an adverse or damaging medical occurrence <a heart attack or other cardiac… …

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  • 51 event — noun 1) an annual event Syn: occurrence, happening, incident, affair, occasion, phenomenon, function, gathering; informal do 2) a team event Syn: competition, contest, tourna …

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  • 52 event — The consequence of anything; the issue or outcome of an action as finally determined; that in which an action, operation, or series of operations, terminates. Noteworthy happening or occurrence. Something that happens. Distinguished from an act… …

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  • 53 event — The consequence of anything; the issue or outcome of an action as finally determined; that in which an action, operation, or series of operations, terminates. Noteworthy happening or occurrence. Something that happens. Distinguished from an act… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 54 event — noun /ɪˈvɛnt/ a) An occurrence; something that happens. hard beginnings have many times prosperous events [...]. b) An end result; an outcome (now chiefly in phrases). In the event, he turned out to have what I needed anyway …

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  • 55 event — See event, incident, episode …

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  • 56 Event — 1. Begriff: Veranstaltung besonderer Art, wie Festspiele etc. 2. Merkmale: Sind rechtlich Werkverträge. Zwar werden nicht eine „bestimmte Aufführung“ oder das Auftreten bestimmter Personen in einer Veranstaltung, wohl aber die professionelle… …

    Lexikon der Economics

  • 57 Event —   An event occurs when something has to be done for a contract. E.g. value date, interest settlement date, maturity date.   Any single action which the contracting parties have to achieve under a contract, e.g. settlement, delivery, message etc …

    International financial encyclopaedia

  • 58 event — n 1. occurrence, incident, occasion; affair, happening, Archaic. hap, episode, action; deed, act, experience; case, matter, circumstance; eventuality, phenomenon, fact; exploit, feat; accident, chance, happenstance. 2. outcome, result,… …

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  • 59 event — e|vent sb., en el. et, s, ene, i sms. event , fx eventmedarbejder …

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  • 60 event — s ( et, event) reklamevenemang …

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