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experiencing a lot of movement
- it looks as if we are in for some turbulent times due to the downturn in the economy
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dangerous or risky
- Following the collapse of a major client, it was touch and go whether the company would survive.
to walk on eggshells
being careful what you say for fear of offending or upsetting people
- She's in such a bad mood it's like walking on eggshells today!
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