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crisis

noun /ˈkraisis/ ( plural crises /-siːz/)
a deciding moment or turning-point (especially of an illness)
crisis, momento crítico
Although she is still very ill, she has passed the crisis.
a time of great danger or difficulty
crisis
a crisis such as the recent flooding You can rely on her in a crisis.
(Definition of crisis from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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