Noun(1) a condition that accompanies or influences some event or activity(2) the set of facts or circumstances that surround a situation or event(3) information that should be kept in mind when making a decision(4) formal ceremony about important occasions
(1) pomp and circumstance(2) But they are thrown together by circumstance , of the imperative to experience every moment as if it were their last, which it might well be.(3) they were thrown together by circumstance(4) We will need to take speed and circumstance into consideration if these plans are to work sensibly.(5) The problem is rather that his material circumstances are not in his control.(6) These rebates are much more generous to pensioners with the same level of income and other circumstances .(7) If I were in your place (that is, if I were circumstanced in the condition in which you now find yourself), then I would consult the doctor.(8) Sure, he wasn't following the " exact rules, " but certain circumstances had changed them.(9) What is distracting about these two are the circumstances of their political demise.(10) Normally, in ordinary circumstances , his drop wouldn't have been a problem.(11) Was there any other way to mitigate the wretched circumstances of his life?(12) She landed safely in his, but that had not changed the dire circumstances of the moment.(13) Time and tests alone will ascertain whether an antidote can be found for those trumpeters over-afflicted with this condition, but, circumstanced as you are, I think it definitely worth a try.(14) The magistrates, who can grant financial help in extreme circumstances , turned down his request.(15) Now, the circumstances of the aggravation as alleged by the prosecution are not correct.(16) The varying economic circumstances of different markets must be taken into account.
(1) under no circumstance :: Кандай гана жагдайларда болбосун,
(2) pomp and circumstance :: шөкөт менен жагдай
(3) unforeseen circumstance :: күтүлбөгөн жагдай
1. condition ::
2. consideration ::
circumstance, circumstanced, circumstances, circumstancing
Word Example from TV Shows
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"an aggravating CIRCUMSTANCE