critical Wietnamski

a. sự phê bình, bình luận, chỉ trích, phán đoán, nguy kịch

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The Gaza Strip is in a “critical situation”, says the secretary general of the UN, who pointed the finger at both Israel and Hamas.
(Source: Voice of America)
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The military situation is said to be critical.
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The United States has intensified every aspect of our engagement, and that includes providing Ebola treatment units, recruiting first responders and supplying a critical set of medical equipment.
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That’s why we use our annual reports, including the Human Rights Report and Trafficking in Persons Report, to bring these critical issues to light.
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Here in the United States, the ocean sustains the livelihoods of millions, stabilizes our climate, and provides a critical source of food.
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There is a desperate requirement for major assistance to strengthen health systems of stricken countries, for cash to support them in this critical time and for transportation to get equipment to the right people and places.
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Providing this money is a critical component of our ability to be able to meet this challenge, and we need people to step up now.
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As ambassador-at-large for global women’s issues, I went to London to highlight the critical role women play in building peace and preventing the conflicts that spawn sexual violence.
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As my country’s top diplomat, ending this cycle of violence is a critical mission.
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In addition, the government implemented a plan to acquire a critical mass of managerial staff in media organisations, and install friendly staff on their boards – such as in the case of Globovision –, with a consequent change in editorial policy.
(Voice of America)
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marked by a tendency to find and call attention to errors and flaws: overcritical, hypercritical, deprecative, scathing, unfavourable, faultfinding, searing, sarcastic, censorious, vituperative, unfavorable, captious
characterized by careful evaluation and judgment: discriminative, judicial, discerning, scholarly, appraising, evaluative
at or of a point at which a property or phenomenon suffers an abrupt change especially having enough mass to sustain a chain reaction: supercritical, criticality
urgently needed; absolutely necessary: indispensable, vital
forming or having the nature of a turning point or crisis: decisive, crucial, important
being in or verging on a state of crisis or emergency: acute, grievous, dire, life-threatening, dangerous, crucial, severe, grave, desperate, serious, crisis, important
of or involving or characteristic of critics or criticism