juncture

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İngilizce - İngilizce
a place where things join, a junction
a critical moment in time

We're at a crucial juncture in our relationship.

an articulation, joint, or seam
{n} a critical time, state, joint, point, union
an event that occurs at a critical time; "at such junctures he always had an impulse to leave"; "it was needed only on special occasions"
At a particular juncture means at a particular point in time, especially when it is a very important time in a process or series of events. What's important at this juncture is the ability of the three republics to work together. a particular point in an activity or period of time (junctura, from jungere; JOIN)
a crisis situation or point in time when a critical decision must be made; "at that juncture he had no idea what to do"; "he must be made to realize that the company stands at a critical point
one made critical or important by a concurrence of circumstances; hence, a crisis; an exigency
A joining; a union; an alliance
the shape or manner in which things come together and a connection is made
an event that occurs at a critical time; "at such junctures he always had an impulse to leave"; "it was needed only on special occasions" a crisis situation or point in time when a critical decision must be made; "at that juncture he had no idea what to do"; "he must be made to realize that the company stands at a critical point
{i} period, stage, interval, determining hour; crisis, breaking point; place where two things meet and join, joint, hinge, seam; joining, union, connection
A point of time; esp
The line or point at which two bodies are joined; a joint; an articulation; a seam; as, the junctures of a vessel or of the bones
juncture loss
Rebracketing (also known as juncture loss, junctural metanalysis, false splitting, misdivision, or refactorization) is a common process in historical linguistics where a word originally derived from one source is broken down or bracketed into a different set of factors. It is a form of folk etymology, where the new factors may appear meaningful (e.g., hamburger taken to mean a burger with ham), or may seem to be the result of valid morphological processes
at this juncture
at this time, at this point
junctures
plural of juncture
juncture