Translation of epoch-making in Spanish:

epoch-making

que hace época, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈɛpəkˌmeɪkɪŋ//ˈiːpɒkˌmeɪkɪŋ/

adjective

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    (discovery/event) que hace época
    (discovery/event) epocal
    (event/discovery) que marca un hito
    • Men of science come up with a brilliant, epoch-making idea that should, by rights, change the course of human history.
    • It's a wonderfully opulent survey, providing the chance to bring together some rarely seen works, in particular Degas' epoch-making Absinthe.
    • You see, amid all the intrigue, politics and epoch-making events that surrounded her life, Josephine always made time for her beauty routine, and certainly knew a thing or two about how to keep her looks.
    • So the speech could also be described as epoch-making.
    • The plight of these poor folk who were losing their wee holiday homes was no doubt a worthy topic but I was looking for something a touch more epoch-making.
    • ‘It is a marvelous achievement of great epoch-making significance,’ the news agency quoted him as adding.
    • In two days' time, we may encounter the single biggest epoch-making event in over three decades of conflict, an agreement that will bring a permanent peace.
    • The antislavery crusade, beginning in England in the second half of the eighteenth century, thus emerges as a singular, epoch-making event.
    • ‘This is an epoch-making ruling,’ said a lawyer who filed a similar lawsuit in which the court declined to rule on the constitutionality of the visits.
    • Kennedy's ‘We do these things, not because they are easy ‘speech was epoch-making.’
    • The summit between the two Koreas was widely hailed as an epoch-making event.
    • This is the same version, in other words, that formed the basis of that epoch-making 1957 production.
    • Instead, we'll examine the context in which this announcement was made so we can discern a powerful distinction between the epoch-making events of the Renaissance and those of today.
    • The scientist decided to take part in the epoch-making event and joined another expedition devoted to Atlantis.
    • The moment you leave a story it's bound to turn epoch-making.
    • Our cover story is a commentary package from 24 notable authors, historians, economists, psychologists, sociologists and public opinion experts as to how this epoch-making event will alter worldviews.
    • How happy will all the women around the world be if this old lady made this sentence in a speech, which would be no less inspiring and epoch-making than the speech of Martin Luther King.
    • While the art it contains is far from epoch-making, it does define an attitude currently prevalent among many young, principally London-based artists and art schools.
    • But for a private gallery in Edinburgh, or anywhere in Scotland, it is not only brave, it's epoch-making.
    • Whenever they do, the event would almost be epoch-making.