Crisis

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Definition

a crisis: an emergency, a catastrophe, a dilemma
noun
We managed to avoid the crisis by making sure there were enough provisions for everyone.

Examples

  • "I thank her and hang up the phone, amazed that an 18 year old girl living 4000 miles away from New York city has just solved my washing machine crisis."
  • "The US property market is currently suffering a credit crisis, making it attractive for Britons who cannot cope with the sky-high house prices at home."
  • "I'm good in a crisis, after all I used to work the suicide hotline."
  • "I know, I'll call Brian – he's good in a crisis!"
  • "Crisis solved!"
  • "I am a stress management expert, as well as a certified crisis counselor."
  • "Moira : Here's a quick look at some of the stories we'll be covering today: another devastating flood hits Bangladesh, the economic crisis in Argentina takes a turn for the worse, and an assassination attempt on the Danish Prime Minister has some hilarious consequences."
  • "I love a good crisis!"
  • "The US property market is currently suffering a credit crisis, and it is now very attractive for Britons who cannot cope with the sky-high house prices at home."
  • "Crisis counselor"

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