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    Scenario

    please describe the meaning of word "Scenario" with specific examples.

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    Re: Scenario

    Quote Originally Posted by Anil jain View Post
    please describe the meaning of word "Scenario" with specific examples.

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    Please look here: AskOxford: scenario

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    Re: Scenario

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    please describe the meaning of word "Scenario" with specific examples.

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    scenario [C] plural scenarios
    -a description of possible actions or events in the future:
    Imagine a scenario where only 20% of people have a job.

    -possible/likely/plausible scenario
    There are several possible scenarios.
    Under a likely scenario, world population will double by 2050.


    -a horrific/nightmare scenario such as a Third World War
    - worst case scenario noun [S]
    the most unpleasant or serious thing which could happen in a situation:
    The study concludes that in a worst case scenario there might be up to 80, 000 human infections in Britain arising from BSE beef.
    The worst-case scenario was that he would have to have an operation.


    scenario [C] plural scenarios
    -a written description of the characters, place, and things that will happen in a film, play etc

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    Re: Scenario

    Be aware that "worst case scenario" is one of the most over-used clichs in the language, and should only be used in a worst case scenario.



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