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momentous

  

      adj  
   [decision]   capital (e)     
→ ... the momentous decision to send in the troops ...        
   [day]   capital (e)     
→ The past three years have been among the most momentous in world history.        
Translation English - French Collins Dictionary  
momentous adj.
important

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n.
journée mémorable ; jour historique ; grand jour
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"momentous": examples and translations in context
Something momentous that would please even your late mother. Quelque chose de capital qui plairait même à votre défunte mère.
This is a momentous, and ominous, shift away from the post-9/11 unanimity. Il s'agit-là d'un changement d'opinion capital et menaçant par rapport à l'unanimité constatée au lendemain du 11 septembre.
What a momentous day for all Canadians. C'est un jour mémorable pour l'ensemble des Canadiens.
You have accomplished something truly momentous... Vous avez accompli quelque chose de vraiment mémorable...
Today marks a momentous day in human history. Aujourd'hui est un jour important dans l'histoire de l'humanité.
The language of the resolutions relating to South Africa reflects the momentous change in that country. Le libellé des résolutions concernant l'Afrique du Sud reflète le changement important qui s'est produit dans ce pays.
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