Translation of predicament in Spanish:

predicament

Pronunciation: /prɪˈdɪkəmənt/

noun/nombre

  • aprieto (masculine), apuro (masculine) to find oneself/be in a predicament verse*/estar* en un aprieto or en un apuro
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    • However, I give credit to them for choosing to turn what could have been cliched confrontation scenes into smarter, more unusually human and complex situations - sitcom predicaments made realistic.
    • The word crisis is too often used to exaggerate the predicament of a club experiencing hard times.
    • His predicament allows him to spot unlikely but truthful parallels between comic books and real life.

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