Conjuncture (noun)

  1. A combination of circumstances or events that occur at a specific time and place.
  2. A particular state of affairs that exists at a specific time and place.


From the latin conjunctura, from conjungere, meaning "to join together".


  1. The economic conjuncture was favorable for the company's expansion.
  2. The political conjuncture was fragile and could change at any moment.
  3. The conjuncture of events led to the success of the project.
  4. The conjuncture of the market was not favorable for the new product.
  5. The conjuncture of the situation required a quick decision.
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