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situation

noun [C]
 
 
/ˌsɪt.juˈeɪ.ʃən/
the set of things that are happening and the conditions that exist at a particular time and place
處境,情況,形勢
the economic/political situation
經濟/政治形勢
Her news put me in a difficult situation.
她的消息讓我陷入困境。
"Would you get involved in a fight?" "It would depend on the situation."
「你會和別人打架嗎?」 「這要看情況。」
I'll worry about it if/when/as the situation arises (= if/when/as it happens).
這種情況發生時,我會擔心。
Situations and circumstances
old use a job
工作
My sister has a good situation as a teacher in the local school.
我姐姐有一份好工作,在當地學校當老師。
Jobs, careers and professionsWorking
formal the position of something, especially a town, building, etc.
(尤指城鎮、建築物等的)位置
The house's situation in the river valley is perfect.
房子在河谷中的位置極佳。
Places and locationsUnpleasant places
(Definition of situation from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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