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crowning

adjective uk   us   /ˈkraʊ.nɪŋ/
A crowning event or achievement is the best or most important one: the crowning achievement of her long career Walking on the moon was his crowning glory (= his most important achievement).
Translations of “crowning”
in Chinese (Traditional) (事件、成就)最偉大的,最重要的…
in Russian главный…
in Turkish en önemli/güzel…
in Chinese (Simplified) (事件,成就)最伟大的,最重要的…
in Polish szczytowy…
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