conjuncture definition

  • noun:
    • A combination, by occasions or circumstances: "the energy that is based on the conjuncture of faith and fatherland” ( Conor Cruise O'Brien).
    • A Vital group of conditions; an emergency: "reports on deteriorating globe conjuncture in addition to frustration of earlier hopes” ( Economic Times).
    • a variety of occasions or situations; a conjunction; a union.
    • a couple of circumstances causing an emergency; a juncture.
    • The act of joining, or state to be joined; union; link; combination.
    • an emergency from a variety of circumstances; problem or mixture of events or circumstances; plight resulting from various conditions.
    • A coming or joining collectively; hawaii to be accompanied; meeting: combo; union; connection; organization.
    • mixture of circumstances or affairs; especially, a crucial situation; a crisis.
    • a crucial mixture of events or circumstances

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