emergencynoun

  • ja〔好ましくない〕緊急[非常・突発]事態
  • enan unexpected and usually dangerous event or situation that needs immediate action

Examples

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This is an emergency.
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I repeat, this is an emergency.
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- Everyone, please take your seats and fasten your seatbelts. - What's going on? - I don't know.
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We got a legitimate emergency in our hands!
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- What happened? - Oh, my God.
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Is everyone okay?
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Oh, my God! Call the hospital!
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This is the worst medical emergency the world has ever seen.
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There's a medical emergency? Clear a path.
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Where's the pain little bro?
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In my arm and my leg.
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Everything okay? They said it was a family emergency.
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It's our mother.
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Oh, God.
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Look, we just have to take care of this 1 thing.
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It's an emergency.
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Then I'll be right back and we can talk about this.
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I need to talk to the dean of admissions.
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Well, it's 10:30 at night, so he's not here right now.
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I know, but you see, this is an emergency.