But this situation is not made up-it is a real place.
But you could make the screen larger or smaller, depending on your situation, and the frame could be wood instead of steel.
Practically every word spoken, every scene, every situation comes straight from the text.
Practically every word is spoken, every scene, every situation comes straight from the text.
But that's not even the saddest part of our present situation.
Here's another situation where artificial turf made sense.
Specialists have not been negligent in pointing out the situation.
The political and journalistic situation made the administration organ one of the characteristic features of the period.
The unfortunate situation of his eldest brother's affairs gave him an occasion of exercising his benevolent disposition.
Two books give unforgettable pictures of the efforts of the planters to meet the new industrial situation.
British Dictionary definitions for situation
physical placement, esp with regard to the surroundings
state of affairs; combination of circumstances
a complex or critical state of affairs in a novel, play, etc
social or financial status, position, or circumstances
a position of employment; post
Situation is often used in contexts in which it is redundant or imprecise. Typical examples are: the company is in a crisis situation or people in a job situation. In the first example, situation does not add to the meaning and should be omitted. In the second example, it would be clearer and more concise to substitute a phrase such as people at work
late 15c., "place, position, or location," from M.L. situationem (nom. situatio), from L.L. situatus, pp. of situare (see situate). Meaning "state of affairs" is from 1750; meaning "employment post" is from 1803. Situation ethics first attested 1955.