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be a monument to sth

to be an important and permanent result of an action or characteristic: The annual arts festival is a monument to her vision and hard work. Protesters have called the building a monument to corporate greed.
Translations of “be a monument to sth”
in Chinese (Traditional) 是…的豐碑, 是…的不朽成果…
in Chinese (Simplified) 是…的丰碑, 是…的不朽成果…
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