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    question/grim

    Hi to everybody,
    I am just searching in my dictionary the word "grim"(noun) and it shows me only adjectives. Can you help me?
    "An airline ... has as a grim 18 months" From the context is clear that this company is not doing well these 18 months. Is this correct?
    thanks

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    Re: question/grim

    "The airline has had a grim 18 months" would indicate that for the past 18 months the airline was struggling financially and had an uncertain future.

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    Re: question/grim

    Quote Originally Posted by Ouisch View Post
    "The airline has had a grim 18 months" would indicate that for the past 18 months the airline was struggling financially and had an uncertain future.
    and what does "struggling" mean, I understand it but I want to know a synonym

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