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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmuch-heraldedˌmuch-ˈheralded adjective [only before noun]  SHOW/BE A SIGN OFa much-heralded event, product etc has been talked about a lot before it happens or becomes available Ford’s much-heralded new sports car
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much-heraldedthe President's much-heralded health reformsIs this the long-delayed, much-heralded pass?
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