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noun [S] uk   us   /ˈæd.vent/ /-vənt/
the fact of an event happening, an invention being made, or a person arriving: Life was transformed by the advent of the steam engine.
Translations of “advent”
in Vietnamese sự đến…
in Spanish advenimiento, llegada…
in Thai การมาถึง…
in Malaysian penciptaan…
in French avènement…
in German das Kommen…
in Chinese (Traditional) (事件、發明或人物的)出現,來臨,到來…
in Indonesian kedatangan…
in Chinese (Simplified) (事件、发明或人物的)出现,来临,到来…
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