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event (s) (noun), events (pl)
1. An occurrence, especially one that is particularly significant, interesting, exciting, or unusual: When the town finally had its 800th anniversary of existence , everybody wanted to take part in preparing the festivities for the memorable event.

Events can also be significant milestones, consequences, or happenings in the present, past, or the future.
2. A thing that happens or might happen at a given place at a given time: In the event that Mrs. Smith is late, a substitute teacher will take her place in the classroom.
3. An organized occasion: An event can be a social function or sports competition.
4. Any of the races or other competitions that form part of a larger sports occasion: One of the biggest events for people all over the world are the Olympic Games.

This entry is located in the following units: -ent (page 6) ven-, vent-, veni-, ventu- (page 4)
(the science of the stars, anciently equivalent to astronomy, which was known as natural astrology, and used to predict such natural events as eclipses, the date of Easter, and meteorological phenomena)
(Latin: diviner, soothsayer; a member of the college of priests in Rome, who foretold the future; in ancient Rome, a priest who foretold events by interpreting omens)
(narrative descriptions and records of events from the distant and recent past; as well as, significant current events of global interest)
(events that have affected England and, sometimes, the English language through the centuries)
(highlights of illustrated historical events for a better comprehension of the historical periods which contributed to the development of the English language)
(Greek > Latin: historical narrative; past events, past knowledge)
(personal experiences and memories of past events)
(Greek > Latin: to recollect, to remember; act of recalling; to recall to memory; to remind of past events)
(chapter listings with subdivision links for easier reading of Those about to Die book by Daniel P. Mannix)
(historical perspectives for a better understanding of Roman events in their arenas)
(words which identify Roman terms referring to people and other topics; especially, those appearing in Those about to Die)
Word Entries containing the term: “events
extreme weather event (s) (noun), extreme weather events (pl)
A classification for a weather event that is very different from the "normal" range of weather that is experienced in a given geographical location: Some examples of extreme weather events include a flood, a drought, a tornado, a blizzard, an ice storm, a heat wave, a cold spell, etc.
This entry is located in the following unit: ex-, e-, ef- (page 6)