Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Crisis"

The meaning of "Crisis" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does No crisis is too deadly that they can’t take a time-out to promote the party through manipulation of it. mean?
A:

I see. I just reread it, I think it’s worded strangely and I understand why it was confusing.

Put more simply:
“No crisis is too deadly that it can’t be used to promote the party.”
Q: What does a political crisis has emerged from avoiding a banking crisis mean?
A: 在避免银行危机的当儿,反而引起了政治危机。
Q: What does crisis mean?
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Q: What does the crisis is all but over. apparently "all but" can mean 'almost' or 'anything but not'. what is it here and how do you decide mean?
A: It's analogous to the second option you came up with.
Something along the lines of 'far from..', 'by far not..'.

It's the only meaning this expression has. Literally, the crisis is all (everything) (dangerous, ongoing, hazardous, whatever..) but (in the sense of 'except', 'yet not') over.
Q: What does I'm in crisis mood mean?
A: I agree with AlphabetSoup. I've heard "crisis mode".

Example sentences using "Crisis"

Q: Please show me example sentences with crisis averted .
A: I just managed to hand in my school paper before the teacher arrived, crisis averted.

Synonyms of "Crisis" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between crisis and hazard ?
A: Crisis is a situation wherein you're facing difficulties, dangers etc.

Hazard is that thing/activity which causes harm and unwanted circumstances.
Q: What is the difference between crisis and emergency ?
A: A crisis is more drastic/dramatic and is often used when the situation is not under control.
Emergency is more "professional", and the situation may be able to be controlled.

"Emergencies procedures" - what you should do when you encounter a fire, earthquake, medical event like a heart attack or injury.

A crisis is usually on a greater scale, such as a financial crisis, or a political revolution.
Q: What is the difference between crisis and crises ?
A: A crisis in one big problem, crises is many problems. Over the years, the United States has had many crises.
Q: What is the difference between crises and crisis ?
A: Crisis is singular.
Crises is plural.
Q: What is the difference between crisis and risk ?
A: Crisis (noun) - a time of difficulty
Risk (noun) - a situation that's dangerous

After the hurricane, a crisis came to Florida.

I took the risk and went bungee jumping. It was fun.

Translations of "Crisis"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? crisis that occurred in USA effected all around world
A: You can also use 확산하다 if it's like a disease.

It (certain disease) spread thoughout the whole world.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? crises de panico
A: Panic attack or anxiety attack
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? crisis
A: >> crisis
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? suffered the worst economic crisis or suffered from the worst economic crisis
A: Suffered the worst = to experience the worst

Suffered from the worst = to be badly affected

They are basically the same thing here.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? crisis existencial
A: Existential crisis

Other questions about "Crisis"

Q: economic/financial crisis, financial pain, economic slowdown/meltdown, all of them refer to economic recession? Are they natural expressions?
A: yes, they’re natural expressions. although i’ve never heard ‘financial pain’ before. maybe ‘financial burden’ is what you’re thinking of?
Q: The last economic crisis sprurred the bloom of trade liberalism. does this sound natural?
A: The last economic crisis sprurred the growth of trade liberalism.

“Spurred” and “bloom” dont work well together in a sentence.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce crisis and crises.
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Q: Why 'crisis' shouldn't be the answer in the quistion 507?
A: This is hard to explain. 🤔

Crisis is the point where a bad situation either gets better or it gets worse. So a crisis can be improved.

Adversity and misfortune mean exactly the same thing. They both mean a bad situation. I think that is why misfortune is a better answer.

Sorry I can't explain better. I hope this helps.
Q: Especially when confronting the social and ecological crises of today, the Internet and social media, can be conceived as the important tools in promoting the transparency of the communication process in order to achieve social change. ( Is it correct ? Any advice ? Thank you !!🐼) does this sound natural?
A: Especially when confronting the social and ecological crises of today, Internet and social media can be conceived as important tools in promoting the transparency of the communication process in order to achieve social change.

(Delete two 'the's and a comma and you're good to go.)

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