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e·vent·ful

 (ĭ-vĕnt′fəl)
adj.
1. Full of events: an eventful week.
2. Important; momentous: an eventful decision.

e·vent′ful·ly adv.
e·vent′ful·ness n.

eventful

(ɪˈvɛntfʊl)
adj
full of events or incidents: an eventful day.
eˈventfully adv
eˈventfulness n

e•vent•ful

(ɪˈvɛnt fəl)

adj.
1. full of events or incidents.
2. momentous.
e•vent′ful•ly, adv.
e•vent′ful•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.eventful - full of events or incidents; "the most exhausting and eventful day of my life"
uneventful - marked by no noteworthy or significant events; "an uneventful life"; "the voyage was pleasant and uneventful"; "recovery was uneventful"
2.eventful - having important issues or results; "the year's only really consequential legislation"; "an eventful decision"
important, of import - of great significance or value; "important people"; "the important questions of the day"

eventful

Translations
زاخِرٌ بِالَأحْداثمَليء بالحَوادِث
rušný
begivenhedsrig
tapahtumarikas
zanimljiv
eseménydús
viîburîaríkur
出来事の多い
사건이 많은
händelserik
เต็มไปด้วยเหตุการณ์ที่สำคัญ
có nhiều sự kiện

eventful

[ɪˈventfʊl] ADJ [journey, match] → lleno de incidentes; [life] → azaroso

eventful

[ɪˈvɛntfʊl] adj [life, day, year, career] → mouvementé(e)

eventful

adjereignisreich; life, period alsobewegt

eventful

[ɪˈvɛntfʊl] adj (life) → ricco/a di avvenimenti; (match, day) → movimentato/a, denso/a di eventi

event

(iˈvent) noun
1. something that happens; an incident or occurrence. That night a terrible event occurred.
2. an item in a programme of sports etc. The long-jump was to be the third event.
eˈventful adjective
(negative uneventful) full of events; exciting. We had an eventful day.
at all events / at any event
in any case. At all events, we can't make things worse than they already are.
in that event
if that happens. In that event you must do as he says.
in the event
in the end, as it happened/happens / may happen. In the event, I did not need to go to hospital.
in the event of
if (something) occurs. In the event of his death, you will inherit his money.

eventful

زاخِرٌ بِالَأحْداث rušný begivenhedsrig ereignisreich πολυτάραχος crucial, lleno de acontecimientos tapahtumarikas marquant zanimljiv movimentato 出来事の多い 사건이 많은 veelbewogen begivenhetsrik burzliwy movimentado насыщенный händelserik เต็มไปด้วยเหตุการณ์ที่สำคัญ olaylı có nhiều sự kiện 多事的
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