CET4 TEM4 IELTS GRE 考 研
1、cruci- + -al.
- crucial: see cross
- crucial (adj.)
- 1706, "cross-shaped," from French crucial, a medical term for ligaments of the knee (which cross each other), from Latin crux (genitive crucis) "cross" (see cross (n.)). The meaning "decisive, critical" (1830) is extended from a logical term, Instantias Crucis, adopted by Francis Bacon (1620); the notion is of cross fingerboard signposts at forking roads, thus a requirement to choose.
- 1. Talent, hard work and sheer tenacity are all crucial to career success.
- 2. It is crucial that all documents presented are authentic and easily verifiable.
- 3. The ability to separate out reusable elements from other waste is crucial.
- 4. Nothing seems certain in this crucial period in Pakistan's political life.
- 5. Look at the false police reports that omitted or misstated crucial facts.
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