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evento (accusative singular eventon, plural eventoj, accusative plural eventojn)

  1. event

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evento m (plural eventi)

  1. event

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ēventō

  1. dative singular of ēventum
  2. ablative singular of ēventum

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From Latin ēventus (an event, occurrence), from ēveniō (to happen, to fall out, to come out).

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evento m (plural eventos)

  1. event; occurrence (something that happens)
    Synonyms: ocorrência, acontecimento, fenómeno
  2. event (social gathering)
  3. (physics) event (point in space-time)
  4. (computing) event (action triggered by an event listener when a condition is met)

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evento m (plural eventos)

  1. event
    Synonym: acontecimiento

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