STATE-2: meaning and examples
Today we look at some more expressions that use the word state in them.
Expression 1: a state of affairs
Meaning: a situation
The President could no longer ignore the state of affairs, and he finally admitted that there was an economic crisis.
Expression 2: the state of play
Meaning: the stage that has been reached in a dispute or process which has not yet been completed.
What is the current state of play in the peace talks?
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