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1. a point of time, esp. one made critical by a concurrence of circumstances: At this juncture, we must decide whether to continue negotiations. 2. a serious state of affairs; crisis. 3. the line or point at which two bodies are joined; joint or articulation; seam.
juncture, occasion(noun) an event that occurs at a critical time. "at such junctures he always had an impulse to leave"; "it was needed only on special occasions". Synonyms: social function, joint, affair, function, junction, social occasion, articulation, crossroads, critical point, join, occasion.
Juncture, in linguistics, is the manner of moving (transition) between two successive syllables in speech. An important type of juncture is the suprasegmental phonemic cue by means of which a listener can distinguish between two otherwise identical sequences of sounds that have different meanings.
juncture (plural junctures) A place where things join, a junction. A critical moment in time. quotations ▼ We're at a crucial juncture in our relationship.