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eventful

adjective uk   /ɪˈvent.fəl/ us  
C2 full of interesting or important events: Her time at college was the most eventful period of her life. We had quite an eventful journey.
Translations of “eventful”
in Chinese (Traditional) 多趣事的, 充滿大事的…
in Russian богатый событиями…
in Turkish olaylı, hâdiseli, hareketli…
in Chinese (Simplified) 多趣事的, 充满大事的…
in Polish pełen wydarzeń, bogaty w przeżycia…
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