cliff-hanging


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Adj.1.cliff-hanging - (of a situation) characterized by or causing suspense
tense - in or of a state of physical or nervous tension
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cliff-hanging

[ˈklɪfˌhæŋɪŋ] ADJmuy emocionante (por su final dudoso y apasionante), que tiene a todos pendientes de su resultado; [drama] → de suspense
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