Ответ в теме: English idioms

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№19 to be in a predicament — to be in a dangerous, awkward or unpleasant situation
1. I felt a sharp anger against him for the predicament in which he had placed me. (A. Cronin)
2. … he had not realized, what circumstances were soon to teach him, that his predicament was not one that could be improved by thinking. (J. Wain)
3. To them he narrated Veronica’s predicament and they imme¬diately offered to adopt the child as soon as it was born — or say a month after. (A. Coppard)