English version

the culmination of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe culmination of somethingthe culmination of somethingFINISH DOING somethingsomething, especially something important, that happens at the end of a long period of effort or development This little book represented the culmination of 15 years’ work. culmination
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the culmination of somethingThe Silver Helm Knights are the culmination of thousands of years of experience in mounted combat.The sampling at the station was performed approximately 2 weeks before the culmination of the spring bloom.The nurse brings to the relationship herself as a unique human being, the culmination of her particular life experiences.The deal marked the culmination of years of negotiation with the city authorities.This marked the culmination of a pro-democracy campaign launched by opposition groups in February 1990.The same approach is applied to the whole body of a three-quarter length figure, which is the culmination of the series.The blue I used to make, she thought to herself, was the culmination of a sequence.It was the culmination of two years of mounting media attention for Beattie.
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