breakthrough

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  • His appearance on the special is widely considered to be his breakthrough performance.
  • However, they could not make the breakthrough to win the league championship.
  • However, he won the part and it came to be regarded as his breakthrough role.
  • Players must design new ships to take advantage of breakthroughs in technology.
  • For a short while a late career commercial breakthrough seemed likely.
  • The second round ended with no breakthroughs, but parties agreed again to meet for another round.
  • Through these breakthroughs, pro football finally earned its place as a major sport.
  • The next two years saw the international breakthrough of the team.
  • Over the next two years, it became her breakthrough album internationally as well.
  • Many of the most significant scientific breakthroughs in modern history have been first published in Nature.
  • The role turned out to be a breakthrough performance for her.
  • Start Something was a critical and commercial success and became the band's international breakthrough album.
  • However, his death came before he could produce any breakthroughs comparable to those of his earlier years.
  • The following year she made her breakthrough by winning the all around title at the European Championships.
  • Slow Light is a popular treatment of recent breakthroughs in the science of light.
  • It was a successful combination as the release was the band's first commercial breakthrough.
  • The album would make possible his first breakthrough in the industry and proved to be a major turning point in his career.
  • Industrial economy to make a breakthrough, a marked increase in the number of units.
  • This work can, thus, be regarded as a practical breakthrough in this specific area.
  • He won huge acclaim for the breakthrough role of his career and continued to land better parts.
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Words starting with breakthrough

Synonyms of breakthrough

Meaning of breakthrough

  • noun Making an important discovery
  • noun A penetration of a barrier such as an enemy's defense