EPOCH

EPOCH

epoch (ep-[schwa]k), n.

1. A period of time marked by distinctive features or noteworthy events.

2. A time when a new computation is begun; a time from which memorable dates are counted. ¡ª epochal (ep-[schwa]-k[schwa]l), adj.


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