• judgmental; important, crucial
• a critical time or situation is extremely important.
• a critical situation or illness is very serious or dangerous.
• if you are critical of someone or something, you express severe judgements and opinions about them.
• a critical approach to something involves careful examination and judgement of it.
• critical also means relating to the work of a person who is a critic.
• middle age
• least angle of incidence for total reflection (optics)
critical but stable condition
• seriously ill or wounded without further threat to the condition
• crucial condition, very bad shape
• mass of nuclear fuel necessary necessary for a chain reaction to occur (physics)
• decisive moment, moment of crisis
• schedule of activities which must be completed by particular dates in order for an entire project to be completed on time
• hospital patient who is in very bad health, severely injured patient
• philosophical views of emmanuel kant (18th century german philosopher)
• pressure of a gaseous substance when at the critical temperature
• dangerous speed; decisive speed
• temperature above which a gas cannot be liquefied by exclusively by pressure (physics)
• maximum or minimal range for
• writing which expresses personal ideas and opinions on a subject