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imbroglio

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishimbroglioim‧bro‧gli‧o /ɪmˈbrəʊliəʊ $ ɪmˈbroʊlioʊ/ noun (plural imbroglios) [countable] 🔊 🔊 SERIOUS SITUATIONa difficult, embarrassing, or confusing situation, especially in politics or public life 🔊 a political imbroglio
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imbroglioThe budget imbroglio also is creating a mounting statistics gap.People have come out into the street from both sides to watch the imbroglio.The imbroglio brought out the Sicilian in me.
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