juncture definition

  • noun:
    • The act of joining and/or problem to be accompanied.
    • a location in which a couple of things tend to be accompanied; a junction or joint.
    • A point eventually, particularly a critical point. See Synonyms at crisis.
    • The transition or mode of transition from a single sound to some other in speech.
    • someplace where things join, a junction
    • a critical moment in time
    • A joining; a union; an alliance.
    • The line or point from which two bodies tend to be accompanied; a joint; an articulation; a seam.
    • a place period; esp., one made vital or essential by a concurrence of circumstances; hence, an emergency; an exigency.
    • A joining; junction.
    • The range or point where two-bodies tend to be accompanied; a joint or articulation; a seam.
    • A point period; particularly, an occasion rendered vital or important by a concurrence of situations; a conjuncture.
    • In geometry, either the instantaneous union of an accumulation items that are simply relocating coincidence of destination, after that to-be for many lapse of the time one item, or perhaps the instantaneous lack of one or more measurements by the steady shrinkage of a body, this smaller dimensionality lasting through a period.
    • an emergency situation or stage when a crucial choice must certanly be made
    • the design or way things get together and a connection is made
    • a meeting that develops at a crucial time

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