crux

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Englisch - Türkisch
ana nokta
en önemli noktası
sorunun merkezi
öz
sorunun merkezi/en önemli çekidi
dönüm noktası
{i} düğüm noktası

İşte sorunun düğüm noktası. - Here's the crux of the problem.

{i} temel özellik
{i} çözümü zor mesele
{i} püf noktası

Meselenin püf noktası odur. - That's the crux of the matter.

çözülmesi zor mesele veya durum
kritik an
{i} çözülmesi zor sorun/durum
güneyhaçı [astr.]
çapraz
{i} mesele

Meselenin püf noktası odur. - That's the crux of the matter.

Güneyhaçı
Englisch - Englisch
A distinctive winter constellation of the southern sky, shaped like a cross. It appears in the flags of several countries in Oceania
The hardest point of a climb

Continue climbing the groove; the crux is passing some vegetation on the second pitch.

The basic, central, or essential point or feature

The crux of her argument was that the roadways needed repair before anything else could be accomplished.

A puzzle or difficulty
A cross on a coat of arms
The critical or transitional moment or issue, a turning point

The mad certitude of the ogre, Abel Tiffauges, that he stands at the crux of history and that he will be able to raise Prussia to a higher power (p. 180), contrasts sharply with the anxiety and doubt attendant upon most modern literary dreams.

Anything that is very puzzling or difficult to explain
The crux of a problem or argument is the most important or difficult part of it which affects everything else. He said the crux of the matter was economic policy. the crux the most important part of a problem, question, argument etc the crux of (CROSS)
n the most crucial , difficult part of the climb
The basic, central, or critical point or feature
\KRUHKS\, noun; plural cruxes, also cruces \KROO-seez\: 1 The basic, central, or critical point or feature 2 Anything that is very puzzling or difficult to explain or solve
The most difficult section of a climb The crux could be a single move, a sequence of moves, or an entire pitch on a multi-pitch climb A route is rated by the difficulty of its crux A-B C-D E-G H-O P-R S-T U-Z
The hardest move, or series of moves, on a climb The rating of a climb is generally that of the most difficult move
Crux (krùks, kruks) noun 1 Anything that is very puzzling or difficult to explain Dr Sheridan
the essential point
{i} heart of the matter, main point
the most important point
the hardest part or "key" to a climb
(n ) the most crucial , difficult part of the climb
a small conspicuous constellation in the southern hemisphere in the Milky Way near Centaurus
crux gammata
The tetra-gammadion

Below is seen the crux gammata, surmounted by a dove which symbolizes the Holy Spirit, and standing on a hill whence flow the four rivers of the Gospels, from whose waters stags and sheep come to drink.

crux simplex
The style of pole (simple) that common criminals were impaled on, typically including a block for the feet, thus using only one nail through the hands (below the palm), and reducing the cost of materials involved, and hastening death by asphyxia most often following the breaking of the legs
crux simplex
A single beam or pole without a cross bar
crux ansata
A cross in the shape of the ankh
crux of the matter
{i} main point, heart of the matter
the crux of the matter
the central point, the main point, the bottom line
crux
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