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knife-edge

adjective [before noun] (UNCERTAIN)
不确定
 
 
/ˈnaɪf.edʒ/
describes a situation where the result is very uncertain
处于摇摆不定的处境;处于令人焦虑的状态;结果未明
a knife-edge vote
结果难料的投票
UncertaintyHesitatingAchievable
Translations of “knife-edge”
in Chinese (Traditional) 不確定, 處於搖擺不定的處境, 處於令人焦慮的狀態…
(Definition of knife-edge adjective (UNCERTAIN) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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