Suez Canal crisis definition
A major international incident that arose in 1956 from the decision by Gamal A. Nasser of Egypt to nationalize the Suez Canal, which long had been controlled by Great Britain. After Nasser took over the canal, Britain and France induced Israel to provoke a conflict with Egypt that would serve as a pretext for an Anglo-French invasion of Egypt. The United States, which had been excluded from the planned invasion, denounced it. The incident severely damaged Anglo-American relations.
1. variant of sub- before f: suffer. 1. suffix. abbreviation 1. suffix suf. suffix
- Sufentanil citrate
sufentanil citrate su·fen·ta·nil citrate (sōō-fěn’tə-nĭl) n. An injectable general anesthetic with narcotic action.
1. Suffolk. 2. suffragan. 1. sufficient. 2. suffix. 1. suffix. abbreviation 1. suffix abbreviation 1. Suffolk 2. Suffragan suf. suffix suff. suffix Suff. Suffragan
verb (used without object) 1. to undergo or feel pain or distress: The patient is still suffering. 2. to sustain injury, disadvantage, or loss: One’s health suffers from overwork. The business suffers from lack of capital. 3. to undergo a penalty, as of death: The traitor was made to suffer on the gallows. 4. to […]