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  • EN [ ˈhɪstri]
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English definition


  • 1. the aggregate of past events;

    • "a critical time in the school's history"
  • 2. the continuum of events occurring in succession leading from the past to the present and even into the future;

    • "all of human history"
  • 3. a record or narrative description of past events;

    • "a history of France"
    • "he gave an inaccurate account of the plot to kill the president"
    • "the story of exposure to lead"
  • 4. the discipline that records and interprets past events involving human beings;

    • "he teaches Medieval history"
    • "history takes the long view"
  • 5. all that is remembered of the past as preserved in writing; a body of knowledge;

    • "the dawn of recorded history"
    • "from the beginning of history"

Example sentences

  • In history, change is constant.

  • Production in this factory topped the highest record in history.

  • It is always futile to try to hold back the progress of history.

  • The wheel of history cannot be turned back.

  • She grinds away at history studies.

  • Writers of history books often attempt to integrate the past with the present.

  • This truth has been proved again and again by the facts of history.

  • It was a very important phase of history.

  • Our history teacher is always generalizing; he never deals with anything in detail.

  • He purposes to write the history of India.

  • He made legal history when he won the case.

  • We are standing at an important crossroads in the history of Europe.

  • History is silent on [ upon , about ] the subject.

  • Throughout history men have waged war.

  • Li Bai and Du Fu figure most prominently in the history of Chinese poetry.

  • He was not unlearned in history.

  • Our pageant represented scenes from history.

  • Aside from a thorough medical family history, there is no need to offer any genetic testing on the basis of consanguinity alone.

  • History shows that New Zealand are almost unbeatable by British teams on their own turf.

  • Mr. Smith steeps himself in ancient history.

  • He will go down in history as a realistic poet.

  • These years will be remembered as some of the finest pages in our country's history.

  • New arts have been born in the course of the history of man.

  • Christianity is a living faith which has shaped the history of Britain.

  • This guide book points out the main facts of early American history.

  • aeons of geological history

  • the murky borderland between history and myth

  • a glorious chapter in our country's history

  • The middle decades of the 19th century marked a watershed in Russia's history.

Phrase collocation

  • be history

    be perceived as no longer relevant to the present

    • the mainframe will soon be history.

    • I was making a laughing stock of myself, but that's history now.

  • go down in history

    be remembered or recorded in history

  • make history

    do something that is remembered in or influences the course of history

  • the rest is history

    used to indicate that the events succeeding those already related are so well known that they need not be recounted again

    • they teamed up, discovered that they could make music, and the rest is history.


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