History

  • 1 HIStory — Album par Michael Jackson Sortie 16 juin 1995 Enregistrement 1993 1995 Durée 71:38 (CD1) 77:12 (CD2) Genre …

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  • 2 HIStory — – Past, Present and Future Book I Studioalbum von Michael Jackson Veröffentlichung 14. Juni 1995 Label Sony Music …

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  • 3 History — His to*ry, n.; pl. {Histories}. [L. historia, Gr. istori a history, information, inquiry, fr. istwr, istwr, knowing, learned, from the root of ? to know; akin to E. wit. See {Wit}, and cf. {Story}.] [1913 Webster] 1. A learning or knowing by… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 4 History — (engl.: Geschichte) steht für: History (Fernsehsender), einen Pay TV Sender (vormals mit dem Namen The History Channel) History (Lied), ein Lied und eine Single der englischen Band The Verve History (Software), eine Chronik oder einen Verlauf, in …

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  • 5 History —    History on film can be either used in a visual way to display costumes and epic events for the sake of entertainment, or politically to reinforce a certain idea of the country. Spanish cinema has been prolific in both approaches, and at many… …

    Guide to cinema

  • 6 History —    History on film can be either used in a visual way to display costumes and epic events for the sake of entertainment, or politically to reinforce a certain idea of the country. Spanish cinema has been prolific in both approaches, and at many… …

    Historical dictionary of Spanish cinema

  • 7 history — history, chronicle, annals mean a written record of events important in the life or career of a race, a nation, an institution, or a region. A history is more than a mere recital of what has occurred; in the modern conception, at least, it… …

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  • 8 history — UK US /ˈhɪstəri/ noun [C, usually singular] ► a record of past events relating to a particular person or company: »This is the 50th consecutive month of uninterrupted job growth, the longest in the nation s history. »No one else in the Bank s… …

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  • 9 history — (n.) late 14c., relation of incidents (true or false), from O.Fr. estoire, estorie chronicle, history, story (12c., Mod.Fr. histoire), from L. historia narrative of past events, account, tale, story, from Gk. historia a learning or knowing by… …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 10 history — ► NOUN (pl. histories) 1) the study of past events. 2) the past considered as a whole. 3) the past events connected with someone or something. 4) a continuous record of past events or trends. ● be history Cf. ↑be history …

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  • 11 history — [his′tə rē, his′trē] n. pl. histories [ME < L historia < Gr, a learning by inquiry, narrative < histōr, knowing, learned < base of eidenai, to know < IE base * weid , to see, know > WISE1] 1. an account of what has or might have …

    English World dictionary

  • 12 history — [n1] past events, experiences ancient times, antiquity, bygone times, days of old*, days of yore*, good old days*, old days*, olden days*, past, yesterday, yesteryear; concepts 678,807 Ant. future history [n2] chronicle of events account, annals …

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  • 13 History — His to*ry, v. t. To narrate or record. [Obs.] Shak. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 14 history — index account (report), ancestry, bloodline, calendar (record of yearly periods), common knowledge, record …

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  • 15 History —   [engl.] die, Verlauf …

    Universal-Lexikon

  • 16 History — This article is about the academic discipline. For a general history of human beings, see History of the world. For other uses, see History (disambiguation). Historia (Allegory of History) By Nikolaos Gysis (1892) …

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  • 17 history — noun 1 the past, esp. as a subject of study ADJECTIVE ▪ contemporary, early, recent ▪ the early history of the trade union movement ▪ things that happened in recent history ▪ ancie …

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  • 18 history — his|to|ry W1S2 [ˈhıstəri] n plural histories ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(past events)¦ 2¦(development of something)¦ 3¦(subject)¦ 4¦(account)¦ 5¦(past life)¦ 6 make history 7 something will go down in history 8 history repeats itself …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 19 history — his|to|ry [ hıst(ə)ri ] noun *** 1. ) uncount the whole of time before the present, and all things that happened in that time: in recorded history: These temperatures are the highest in recorded history. throughout history: Attitudes toward… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 20 history */*/*/ — UK [ˈhɪst(ə)rɪ] / US noun Word forms history : singular history plural histories Collocations: A history is a book, film, television programme etc about real events that happened in the past of a particular place, activity, or group of people: He …

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