n (plural crossroads)
- cruce (masculine), encrucijada (feminine) [literary/literario] to be at a o the crossroads estar* en una encrucijadaMore example sentences
- At the crossroads of a profound and complex political crisis, a new cabinet is finally formed.
- Thus, without a word of dialogue or a note of music, he has conveyed the change that this woman is about to undergo at the crossroads of her life.
- But then there was a time when he found himself at the crossroads - mainstream cinema was not accepting him and his versatility was not finding any creative route to expression.
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