Advent ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Advent ( noun )

  1. The arrival of a notable person, thing, or event.
  2. A season observed in the Christian church, the period of four weeks leading up to Christmas, beginning on the fourth Sunday before Christmas Day.

Origin:

Late middle english: from old french avènement or latin adventus 'coming', from advenire 'to come to', based on venire 'to come'.

Examples:

  1. The advent of social media has changed the way we communicate.
  2. The advent calendar has 24 doors, each with a small gift behind it.
  3. The advent of the internet has brought about many changes in the way we live.
  4. The advent season is a time of reflection and preparation for the birth of Jesus Christ.
  5. The advent of the smartphone has revolutionized the way people access information.

(As a verb)

Advent ( verb )

  1. The arrival of a notable person, thing, or event.
  2. A season observed in the Christian church, the period of four weeks leading up to Christmas, beginning on the fourth Sunday before Christmas Day.

Origin:

Late middle english: from old french avènement or latin adventus 'coming', from advenire 'to come to', based on venire 'to come'.

Examples:

  1. The advent of social media has changed the way we communicate.
  2. The advent calendar has 24 doors, each with a small gift behind it.
  3. The advent of the internet has brought about many changes in the way we live.
  4. The advent season is a time of reflection and preparation for the birth of Jesus Christ.
  5. The advent of the smartphone has revolutionized the way people access information.
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