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record-breaking

adjective [usually before noun]
 
 
/ˈrekɔːdˌbreɪkɪŋ/ US   /ˈrekərdˌbreɪkɪŋ/
bigger in value, amount, or number, or better than anything that has happened before: We look forward to another record-breaking year in terms of growth next year. record-breaking sales/profitsa record-breaking $16 million/£900,000, etc. Last year the bank's CEO was awarded a record-breaking $53m bonus in cash, stock, and options.a record-breaking deal/performance The market slowed after a record-breaking performance earlier in the week.
Translations of “record-breaking”
in Korean 전례없는…
in Arabic تَحْطيم الرَّقَم القياسي…
in Portuguese recorde…
in Catalan sense precedents…
in Japanese 新記録の, 記録破りの…
in Italian record, che batte il record…
in Chinese (Traditional) 破紀錄的…
in Russian рекордный…
in Turkish rekor kıran…
in Chinese (Simplified) 破纪录的…
in Polish rekordowy…
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