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Pronunciation of Event: Learn how to pronounce Event in English correctly

Learn how to say Event correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word event:

noun
a thing that happens or takes place, especially one of importance:
the momentous political events of the late 1980s
a planned public or social occasion:
staff have been holding a number of events to raise money for charity
each of several particular contests making up a sports competition:
he repeated the success in the four-lap, 600 cc event
Physics a single occurrence of a process, e.g. the ionization of one atom.
Phrases
in any event
(or at all events)
whatever happens or may have happened:
in any event, I was not in a position to undertake such a task
in the event
as it turns (or turned) out:
he was sent on this important and, in the event, quite fruitless mission
in the event of ——
if —— happens:
this will reduce the chance of serious injury in the event of an accident
in the event that
if; should it happen that:
he planned to start a business, in the event that he lost his job
in that event
if that happens:
in that event, the US would incline toward a lifting of the arms embargo
Derivatives
eventless
adjective
eventlessness
noun
Origin:
late 16th century: from Latin eventus, from evenire ‘result, happen’, from e- (variant of ex-) ‘out of’ + venire ‘come’