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crisis

US [ˈkraɪsɪs]
UK ['kraɪsɪs]
  • n.危机;危急关头;危难时刻;病危期
  • Web转折点;决定性时刻;紧要关头
Plural Form:crises  
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n.
1.
危机;危急关头a time of great danger, difficulty or confusion when problems must be solved or important decisions must be made
a political/financial crisis
政治╱金融危机
the government's latest economic crisis
政府最近的经济危机
The business is still in crisis but it has survived the worst of the recession.
这家公司虽然仍处于危机之中,但已经挺过了经济衰退最严重的日子。
The Labour Party was facing an identity crisis .
工党当时正面临着身份危机。
an expert in crisis management
危机处理专家
We provide help to families in crisis situations.
我们向处于困境的家庭提供帮助。
In times of crisis I know which friends I can turn to.
在危难关头我知道能投靠哪些朋友。
The party was suffering a crisis of confidence among its supporters(= they did not trust it any longer) .
当时这个政党在其支持者中正遭受信任危机。
2.
危难时刻;病危期a time when a problem, a bad situation or an illness is at its worst point
Their marriage has reached crisis point.
他们的婚姻已到了岌岌可危的地步。
The fever has passed its crisis.
发烧已过危险期。

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