groundbreaking definition

  • noun:
    • The act or service of busting surface to begin a construction task.
    • A ceremony to mark the start of construction.
    • the point where construction starts.
    • The ceremonial breaking associated with surface to formally start a construction task. It really is often done by the official who digs the very first spadeful of dirt through the floor, to begin with the preparatory excavation work.
    • the ceremonial busting of this surface to officially start a construction task
  • adjective:
    • Of, associated with, or being a ceremony of breaking floor.
    • described as creativity and development: a groundbreaking technology.
    • Revolutionary; new, various; doing something which hasn't already been done before.
    • becoming or producing something similar to absolutely nothing done or skilled or made before

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