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A showdown is a big argument or conflict which is intended to settle a dispute that has lasted for a long time.
The Prime Minister is preparing for a showdown with Ministers.
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n. to come to, have; force a showdown with
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1. a final test or confrontation intended to settle a dispute.
2. (in poker or brag) the requirement at the end of a round that the players who remain in should show their cards to determine which is the strongest hand.

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Showdown

A showdown is a duel. The term may also refer to:

Pronunciation examples for showdown
1. Where they wanted a showdown.
Alamo Drafthouse _ Tim League _ Talks at Google
2. cross-continental showdown in recent history.
Getting to Yes with Yourself _ William Ury _ Talks at Google
3. was a showdown of the week.
Snowfall _ Dave Andron _ Talks at Google
4. it's just the prelude to a showdown.
Intersection of Technology and Foreign Policy _ Henry Kissinger _ Talks at Google
5. cross-continental boardroom showdown in recent history.
Getting to Yes with Yourself _ William Ury _ Talks at Google
Examples of use of showdown
1. Showdown Some senators appeared to relish a showdown.
2. Showdown delay For now, Republican Senate leaders hope to delay an early showdown with Bush on the issue.
3. Outside the Democratic primary showdown between Sen.
4. The dispute echoed last year‘s showdown between Bush and Sen.
5. Monday night‘s showdown on the economy will feature Rep.