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heralds|heralded|heralding'herəldAdvanced English Dictionary
+(formal) a person who announces important news
+an indication of the approach of something or someone
+foreshadow or presage
+greet enthusiastically or joyfully
+ verb [VN] (written)
1 to be a sign that sth is going to happen: These talks could herald a new era of peace + She felt a dull ache in her right temple, heralding a migraine.
2 ~ sb/sth (as sth) [often passive] to say in public that sb/sth is good or important: The report is being heralded as a blueprint for the future of transport.
1 something that shows that sth else is going to happen soon: The government claims that the fall in unemployment is the herald of economic recovery. + I think of primroses as the heralds of spring.
2 (in the past) a person who carried messages from a ruler
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