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annus mirabilis

noun [S] uk   /ˌæn.əs.mɪˈrɑː.bɪ.lɪs/ formal us  
a year of extremely good events: 1969 was the annus mirabilis in which man first landed on the moon.
Translations of “annus mirabilis”
in Chinese (Traditional) 奇蹟迭出的一年, 令人驚異之年, 大吉之年…
in Chinese (Simplified) 奇迹迭出的一年, 令人惊异之年, 大吉之年…
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