Limbo

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Waiting PeriodPlay
Use 'limbo' to describe a time when you're awaiting a decision or outcome. SlideWe're in limbo until the judge makes a ruling.
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Temporary ConfusionPlay
'Limbo' often conveys a temporary state of confusion or indecision about future actions. SlideAfter the merger, the employees were left in limbo about their jobs.
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Feeling StuckPlay
Use 'limbo' when someone or something is unable to move forward or progress. SlideMy career is in limbo during the company’s restructuring.