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Translation of "event" - English-Spanish dictionary

event

noun   /ɪˈvent/
B1 something that happens, especially something important or strange acontecimiento Local people have been shocked by recent events in the town.
B1 a race, party, competition, etc. that has been organized for a particular time evento They organize a lot of social events.
(Definition of event from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

event

noun /iˈvent/
something that happens; an incident or occurrence acontecimiento, suceso That night a terrible event occurred.
an item in a programme of sports etc prueba, evento The long jump was to be the third event of the competition.
eventful adjective
(opposite uneventful) full of events; exciting lleno (de acontecimientos) We had an eventful day.
at all events / at any event
in any case pase lo que pase At all events, we can’t make things worse than they already are.
in that event
if that happens en ese caso In that event, you must do as he says.
in the event
in the end, as it happened/happens / may happen resultó que, al final In the event, I did not need to go to hospital.
in the event of
if (something) occurs en caso de In the event of his death, you will inherit his money.
(Definition of event from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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