Definition of emotion-charged in English:

emotion-charged

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adjective

  • (Of an event, situation, etc.) filled with strong feelings or tension: a thrilling, emotion-charged, five-set final the current emotion-charged discussion around parenting
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    • Fiery Springbok hooker James Dalton announced his retirement from all rugby at an emotion-charged press conference in Randburg, yesterday.
    • Members of Bradford's historic theatre sensationally voted against the board's proposal to go into liquidation at an emotion-charged meeting last night.
    • The emotion-charged, often irrational, turbulence during relationship breakdown works against well-considered parenting decisions in the best interests of the child.

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