Third-person singular simple present indicative form of issue.(verb)
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Use "issues" in a sentence
"Of course, Hillary is completely tone deaf on these issues, so she'll keep pushing it, and the media will keep pushing it up because the alternative would be to focus on * issues* or something boring like that."
"This individual will work closely with Art, Design and Project Management to determine priorities for the project and execute those priorities • Design and implementation of high level network code for next-generation console title • Become the "go to" person for all network engineering-related technical issues • Organize and participate in regular code reviews• Help identify and solve complicated productivity issues• Participate in/lead cross-disciplinary meetings and solve problems• Identify and work with external technology as needed to improve the game's functionality and/or productivity"
"The word issues from my lips before I can think what else I want to say to go along with it."