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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishepoch-makingˈepoch-ˌmaking adjective  CHANGE/MAKE something DIFFERENTvery important in changing the way people live or the way a society is organized the epoch-making social changes of the 1960s
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epoch-makingBut then a truly epoch-making change in public attitudes took place.an epoch-making eventIt is indeed rare for the participants in such epoch-making events to have a complete understanding of them and their consequences.This period of upheaval was to have an epoch-making impact upon the whole structure of Muscovite society.This thrilling epoch-making race Was by agreement taking place Along the road beneath the hill To finish by the barley-mill.
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