Breakthrough

Breakthrough,

Definition of Breakthrough:

  1. Highly significant or dramatic invention or improvement in performance, achieved through consistent, focused, and synergic efforts.

  2. A sudden, dramatic, and important discovery or development.

Synonyms of Breakthrough

Aggravated assault, Aggression, Amphibious attack, Armed assault, Assailing, Assailment, Assault, Attack, Avant-propos, Banzai attack, Blitz, Blitzkrieg, Boost, Charge, Coinage, Counterattack, Counteroffensive, Coup de main, Crippling attack, Dead set at, Descent on, Discovery, Diversion, Diversionary attack, Drive, Exordium, Flank attack, Foreword, Front matter, Frontal attack, Frontispiece, Gas attack, Head-on attack, Hike, Increase, Infiltration, Innovation, Introduction, Invention, Leap, Lightning attack, Lightning war, Mass attack, Megadeath, Mugging, Neologism, New phase, Novelty, Offense, Offensive, Onset, Onslaught, Overkill, Overture, Panzer warfare, Postulate, Preamble, Preface, Prefix, Prefixture, Preliminary, Prelude, Premise, Presupposition, Proem, Prolegomena, Prolegomenon, Prolepsis, Prologue, Protasis, Push, Run against, Run at, Rush, Sally, Shock tactics, Sortie, Strike, Unprovoked assault, Upgrade, Verse, Voluntary, Wax, Advance, Development, Step forward, Leap forward, Quantum leap, Step in the right direction, Success, Discovery, Find, Improvement, Innovation, Revolution

How to use Breakthrough in a sentence?

  1. A product may start out really slow but one day it may have a breakthrough and from that point on you dont have to look back.
  2. We had a huge breakthrough in therapy that day, which lead to my dad accepting responsibility for his actions and always being accountable for them thereafter.
  3. After years of studying medicine, a breakthrough was finally made by the doctors working in the local division of hospitals.
  4. A major breakthrough in DNA research.

Meaning of Breakthrough & Breakthrough Definition