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event /ɪˈvent/ noun


حادثه ، واقعه ، رویداد ، اتفاق ، پیشامد ، سرگذشت ، علوم مهندسی: رویداد ، کامپیوتر: واقعه ، قانون ـ فقه: حادثه ، ماوقع ، روانشناسی: رویداد ، زیست شناسی: رویداد ، ورزش: مسابقه

: event (jf)

علوم دریایی: مرحله
مهندسی صنایع: رویداد ، رخداد ، واقعه ، پیشامد الکترونیک: حادثه ، رویداد ، واقعه ، کامپیوتر: رویداد ، زیست شناسی: اتفاق ، حادثه ، فقهی: مسابقه ، تربیت بدنی: رویداد ، علوم مهندسی: حادثه ، رویداد ، واقعه ، اتفاق ، ماوقع ، حقوق: مسابقه ، ورزشی: رویداد ، روانشناسی: واقعه ، رویداد، اتفاق ، پیشامد، سرگذشت کامپیوتر: رویداد

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

event
[noun]
Synonyms:
- incident, affair, business, circumstance, episode, experience, happening, occasion, occurrence
- competition, bout, contest, game, tournament
Contrasted words: insignificancy, trifle, triviality
Related Idioms: historic event, end result
Related Words: act, action, deed, achievement, exploit, feat, accident, chance, fortune, affair, landmark, delight, treat, offshoot, outgrowth, product, resultant, sequent, fortuity, hap, happenstance, competition, contest
English Thesaurus: event, occurrence, incident, occasion, affair, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

event S1 W1 /ɪˈvent/ noun
[Word Family: noun: event, non-event, eventuality, uneventfulness; adverb: eventfully ≠ uneventfully, eventually; adjective: eventfuluneventful, eventual]
[Date: 1500-1600; Language: Latin; Origin: eventus, from the past participle of evenire 'to happen']

1. INTERESTING/EXCITING [countable] something that happens, especially something important, interesting or unusual:
one of the most important events in the history of mankind

2. SOCIAL GATHERING [countable] a performance, sports competition, party etc at which people gather together to watch or take part in something:
The conference was an important social event (=an event at which people can meet each other).
one of the major sporting events of the year
charity/fundraising etc event
The school raises money by organizing fundraising events.

3. RACE/COMPETITION [countable] one of the races or competitions that are part of a large sports competition:
The next event will be the 100 metres.
The 800 metres is not his best event.field event, three-day event

4. in any/either event (also at all events) used to say that something will definitely happen or be true in spite of anything else that may happen Synonym : in any case:
I might see you tomorrow, but I’ll phone in any event.

5. in the event used to emphasize what actually happened in a situation as opposed to what you thought might happen Synonym : as it happened:
Extra police officers were brought in, although in the event the demonstration passed off peacefully.

6. in the event of something (also in the event that something happens) used to tell people what they should do if something happens:
He left a letter for me to read in the event of his death.

7. in the normal course of events if things happen in the normal way Synonym : normally:
In the normal course of events, the money is released within about three months.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

event
noun
I. sth that happens
ADJ. big, great, historic, important, key, main, major, momentous, significant Tonight's programme looks back at the main events of the year.
dramatic, remarkable | happy | sad, tragic, traumatic | rare Outside big cities, murder is a rare event.
subsequent Subsequent events proved him wrong.
historical, political
VERB + EVENT witness When the ship finally reached land, only a few of the crew were left to witness the event.
record We had a huge party, and hired a photographer to record the event.
celebrate, commemorate, mark Today is the hospital's fiftieth anniversary, and there will be a party to mark the event.
EVENT + VERB happen, occur, take place, unfold TV viewers watched in horror as events unfolded.
lead to sth These events quickly led to confusion.
lead up to sth The police are trying to establish a picture of events leading up to the killing.
PHRASES a chain/sequence/series of events, the course of events Would it have been possible to change the course of events?

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

event
II. planned social occasion
ADJ. big, important, main, major, special | popular | prestigious The Birmingham meeting is one of the most prestigious events in the racing calendar.
inaugural | annual, regular | forthcoming Forthcoming events are listed on the back page of the local newspaper.
fund-raising, musical, social, sporting middle-distance, sprint
VERB + EVENT enter (for), take part in A record number of teams have entered the event.
win
EVENT + VERB take place The team events will take place later this week.
PREP. in an/the ~ African runners swept the medals in the distance events.
VERB + EVENT hold, organize, stage The event will be held in the grounds of the manor house.
publicize | attend, support I would like to thank everyone who attended our charity evening for supporting the event.
boycott Several leading players boycotted the event in protest at the reduced prize money.
EVENT + VERB take place

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

event
III. race/competition
ADJ. big, main This race will be the main event of the afternoon.
individual, team | men's, women's | field, track | jumping, running, throwing | distance, long-distance,

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

event

a big/major event (=important)
Getting married is a major event in anyone’s life.
an important/significant event
It’s natural to be nervous before such an important event.
a momentous event (=very important)
the momentous events of 9/11
a historic event (=very important in a country’s history)
The signing of the peace treaty was a historic event.
a dramatic event (=very exciting)
The dramatic events will be brought to you live on BBC.
a tragic event (=very sad)
Let’s not talk about the tragic events of the past.
a traumatic event (=very upsetting)
He was forced to relive the traumatic events of his kidnap.
a common/an everyday event
The death of a child was a common event in those days.
a rare/unusual event
A sighting of a white deer is a rare event.
recent events
Recent events in the country have caused great concern.
the latest events
We will be bringing you news of all the latest events.
current events
There are some similarities between what happened in the 1920s and current events in the US.
an event happens/takes place (also an event occurs formal)
The event took place last year.
events unfold (=happen, usually in an exciting or unexpected way)
I watched the dramatic events unfold from my window.
events lead (up) to something (=cause something)
His assassination was one of the events that led to the First World War.
the events surrounding something (=the events that are closely related to a situation)
The events surrounding her death remain a mystery.
celebrate/commemorate/mark an event (=do something to show that you remember it)
Fans observed a minute’s silence to commemorate the tragic event.
witness an event (=see it happen)
Luckily, a film crew were on the spot to witness the event.
record an event (=write down or photograph what happened)
Two photographers recorded the events.
a series/sequence of events (=related events that happen one after the other)
The incident was the first in a series of events that finally led to his arrest.
a chain of events (=a series of events where each one causes the next)
He set in motion a chain of events that he couldn’t control.
the course of events (=the way in which a series of events happens)
Nothing you could have done would have changed the course of events.
a social event (=an event at which a group of people meet and spend time together for pleasure)
I don’t go to many social events since my husband’s death.
a sporting event
Many of the weekend’s major sporting events were cancelled due to bad weather.
a cultural/musical event
a monthly guide to the cultural events in London
a charity/fund-raising event
Forthcoming fund-raising events include a sponsored five-mile walk.
hold/stage an event (=organize a public event)
The charity plans to stage several fund-raising events this year.
go to an event (also attend an event formal)
Unfortunately, the prime minister will not be able to attend the event.
support an event (=pay to attend a charity event in order to encourage it )
I’d like to thank everyone who came tonight for supporting the event.
boycott an event (=refuse to go to an event as a protest)
The games went ahead despite threats to boycott the event.
sponsor an event (=give money to an event, especially in exchange for the right to advertise)
The event is sponsored by the Royal Bank of Scotland.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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