great year


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia.

great year

[¦grāt ′yir]
(astronomy)
The period of one complete cycle of the equinoxes around the ecliptic, about 25,800 years. Also known as platonic year.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
References in periodicals archive ?
You can also be more specific why you believe it's going to be a great year by affirming: 'I'm enjoying excellent health, more happiness, peace of mind, prosperity and success.' Repeat these several times, at different times of the day, especially just before going to sleep and after saying morning prayers.
This is a gift to the people to celebrate a great year of successes in society, and for the economic and political progress of Cambodia,' he said.
He said: "It's been a great year. Everybody else has been kind of, 'Oh God, Trump, Brexit', and I'm thinking, 'No, it's been a great year, what are you talking about?
Daisy, 15, has had another great year and has even won a medal at an international meet in Europe while also being a finalist in The Gazette Junior Sports person of the Year category.
Magnify Signs is looking forward to another great year.
Mr Malhotra added: "We fully expect that 2015 will be another great year for the group."
"It's been a great year for me," Campbell told Arsenal.com.
"Guys can have seven, eight, nine-win seasons, but if they don't win a Slam, it's not a great year.
"2012 is building up to be a great year for Huawei.
Now Ruz on the way: For those who want to get their Now Ruz planning done early, this will be a great year for a family event as the precise moment will fall on a Sunday afternoon, not in the middle of the night in the middle of the week.
Sir Paul welcomed the news today, saying: "It's been a great year for me and a great year for the Beatles and hearing that the Abbey Road crossing is to be preserved is the icing on the cake."
"In order for it to be a great year you have to win a major championship," he told reporters.