Key [adjective]

Definition of Key:

essential, important

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Sentence/Example of Key:

Some former and current officials say they do not think ex-Washington officials will move many voters in key states.

The latest decision is another blow to the third-party ticket and a win for Democrats, who worried that the Green Party could siphon votes from presidential nominee Joe Biden in the key battleground state.

In two cases, key reports were delayed, with officials suggesting their timing was for political reasons.

Nadia will play a key role in that, both for Slack and for our customers.

With the pandemic still raging, key voters may not be willing to change the subject.

The second issue is that they become one of the family’s key breadwinners.

Once you release the keys, your selected app will be at the front.

Below you’ll find key takeaways, quotes, stats and video from our recent Virtual Forum.

You know, it really has proved out that focusing on flexibility is the key.

Mr. Jones swung round a large iron key he held in his hand, and light dawned upon him.