breakthrough

[ breyk-throo ]SEE DEFINITION OF breakthrough

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BREAKTHROUGH

I get eight hundred for selling you the ticket on the breakthrough time.

He called it a breakthrough in the field of perpetual motion.

Nevertheless, the two scientists were jubilant at this first breakthrough.

But now, with this money from the breakthrough pool, he could rent a super mech—live as a man should live!

That was the day when an old acquaintance from the lower levels sold him the chance on the 80th Level's breakthrough.

"Condition red—condition red—Strap down for breakthrough—" Hobart chanted at them from the walls.

A breakthrough in the use of colour lead to the hey day of romanticism and preparation for neo-impressionism.

The required air current shall be conducted to the breakthrough nearest the face of such entry or room.

No person shall place refuse in, or obstruct any airway or breakthrough used as an airway.

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