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  1. a place where things join, a junction
  2. a critical moment in time
    We're at a crucial juncture in our relationship.

Usage notes

In highly formal or bureaucratic language, "at this juncture" is often used as a fancy way of saying "now".

  • I'm unable to ascertain its whereabouts at this juncture.

See also

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