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highlight

noun
 
 
/ˈhaɪlaɪt/
[C] the best or most interesting part of something: the highlight of sth What has been the highlight of your career and what has been the low point?
[C, usually plural] the most important detail or information in a document, etc.: highlights from sth The following are highlights from the agreement struck between the airline and the Air Line Pilots Association.
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