dilemmanoun [C]uk /daɪˈlem.ə/ /dɪˈlem.ə/ us /daɪˈlem.ə/ /dɪˈlem.ə/
- We are faced with an agonizing dilemma and it seems there is no correct choice.
- Now he has been offered the other job, which puts him in a bit of a dilemma.
- Should he aim for approval from his parliamentary colleagues or follow the wishes of the wider public? It was a dilemma.
- I found myself in a dilemma and really didn't know what to do for the best.
- To my father, the situation was simple and he couldn't understand my dilemma.