- מַכרִיעַבאופן מכריע
Adjective(1) of extreme importance; vital to the resolution of a crisis(2) having crucial relevance(3) of the greatest importance
(1) I see the next 18 months as crucial to the long-term development of the game.(2) One crucial element of the luxury shopping experience is the service and setting.(3) God knew all logic flew out the window that crucial moment.(4) Watson believes conceding a goal so early on Tuesday was crucial to the outcome.(5) A near doubling of the share values would be a crucial factor in any decision that is made.(6) Finding species that are unknown to science is crucial to their continued survival, he says.(7) The committee is asking for continued support as we are at a crucial stage in the campaign.(8) We do appear to be at a crucial juncture, to say the least.(9) Monitoring blood lipids is crucial to ensure that the diet is having the desired effect.(10) Strategies for effective communication and involvement are crucial at this stage.(11) I make no apologies for this because it is absolutely crucial to the future economic success of the nation.(12) His error was made at a crucial stage in the match but he couldn't deny the funny side.(13) The chemistry so crucial to the success of any screen romance is absent.(14) Solidarity through donations is crucial to ensure the strike does not fail through lack of money.(15) Coach Gary Moorby was particularly pleased with this crucial factor in the Cougar victory.(16) A crucial factor in the rise was the growing number of women who smoke.
(1) crucial point :: נקודה מכרעת
1. pivotal ::
2. all-important ::
3. important ::
Different Formscrucial, crucially
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