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[plʌɪt], (Noun)

- a dangerous, difficult, or otherwise unfortunate situation
(e.g: we must direct our efforts towards relieving the plight of children living in poverty)


Middle English: from Anglo-Norman French plit ‘fold’. The -gh- spelling is by association with plight

[plʌɪt], (Verb)

- pledge or solemnly promise (one's faith or loyalty)
(e.g: men to plighted vows were faithful)


Old English plihtan ‘endanger’, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch plicht and German Pflicht ‘duty’. The current sense is recorded only from Middle English, but is probably original, in view of the related Germanic words

definition by Oxford Dictionaries

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