tricentenary


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tricentenary

(ˌtraɪsɛnˈtiːnərɪ) or

tricentennial

adj
1. of or relating to a period of 300 years
2. of or relating to a 300th anniversary or its celebration
n, pl -tenaries or -tennials
an anniversary of 300 years or its celebration
Abbreviation: tercentenary or tercentennial
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Adj.1.tricentenary - of or relating to or completing a period of 300 years
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tricentenary

[ˌtraɪsenˈtiːnərɪ]
A. ADJ(de) tricentenario
B. Ntricentenario m
C. CPD tricentenary celebrations NPLcelebraciones fpl de(l) tricentenario
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