Examples of milestone in a Sentence
the new drug was regarded as a milestone in the treatment of heart disease
Recent Examples of milestone from the Web
Last month marked another large milestone in Mogul’s long, storied career that began with serving in the Peace Corps and as a Baltimore public school teacher.
Even the 276-page book of the exhibit marks a milestone as the largest for a contemporary show at the Speed.
Daddy Yankee's rise to the top of the charts marks a milestone for the Latin music industry.
The only member to not have achieved the milestone so far is Louis Tomlinson, whose duet with Steve Aoki reached no.
Milestones, memories and musical mashups are all part of the plan as the Chicago Sinfonietta gets ready to celebrate its 30th anniversary season.
The U.S. Army and Raytheon marked a milestone yesterday as an Apache helicopter demonstrated the first test firing of a high energy laser system from a military rotorcraft.
Just one day apart, former Arlington mayors Robert Cluck and Elzie Odom each celebrated a big milestone in his life.
For all those reasons, Lester, the Chicago Cubs’ All-Star left-hander, should be closing in on significant pitching milestones.
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First Known Use of milestone
MILESTONE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of milestone for English Language Learners
: a stone by the side of a road that shows the distance in miles to a specified place
: an important point in the progress or development of something : a very important event or advance
MILESTONE Defined for Kids
Definition of milestone for Students
1 : a stone by the side of a road showing the distance in miles to a given place
2 : an important point in progress or development His discovery was a major milestone in scientific research.
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