Definitions (2)

1.Occurrence happening at a determinable time and place, with or without the participation of human agents. It may be a part of a chain of occurrences as an effect of a preceding occurrence and as the cause of a succeeding occurrence.
2.Arrival of a significant point in time. In project management, an event marks the point in time when a task is completed. See also events.

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  • Yesterday, I went to my brother's Skiing event to cheer him on and watch him ski, hoping he would get the gold medal.

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  • By attending a scheduled football match at a local stadium, one can be said to be taking part in a sporting event.

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  • Sometimes promoting your business at an event will get your message out to a much wider audience then it usually reaches.

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