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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrecord-breakingˈrecord-ˌbreaking adjective [only before noun]  BESTa record-breaking number, level, performance, or person is the highest, lowest, biggest, best etc of its type that has ever happened or existed his record-breaking flight across the Atlanticrecord-breaker noun [countable]
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record-breakingAnd today we can reveal the staggering total of your generous donations so far - a record-breaking £300,000.All nine preview shows are sold out, a record-breaking accomplishment for the Tiffany Theaters in West Hollywood.A record-breaking five hundred thousand people attended the festival.The 1990s have been characterized by record-breaking growth in most wireless segments, including cellular, paging, and specialized mobile radio.It was record-breaking heat for this date.record-breaking heata record-breaking runa record-breaking swimmerRecord-breaking temperatures are being forecast for the weekend.
From Longman Business Dictionaryrecord-breakingˈrecord-ˌbreaking adjective [only before a noun] higher, faster etc than has ever happened or been done beforeThe company announced record-breaking profits.
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