English version

lurch from one crisis/extreme etc to another

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlurch from one crisis/extreme etc to anotherlurch from one crisis/extreme etc to another (also lurch from crisis to crisis)PLAN to seem to have no plan and no control over what you are doing The industry lurches from crisis to crisis. lurch
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