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fail
feɪl
Main
English Definition
(动) As a verb
  1. Get worse.
  2. Stop operating or functioning.
  3. Fail.
  4. Disappoint, prove undependable to; abandon, forsake.
  5. Fail.
  6. Fail.
  7. Fail to get a passing grade.
  8. Judge unacceptable.
  9. Be unsuccessful.
  10. Fail to do something; leave something undone.
  11. Be unable.
Hyphenationfail
Part of Speech(动) verb, (不及物的动) intransitive verb, (及物的动) transitive verb, (名) noun
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失败了shībài leto fail; to lose
失效shīxiàoto fail; to lose effectiveness
cuòobstructed; to fail; to oppress; to repress; to lower the tone; to bend back; to dampen
落败luòbàito suffer a defeat; to fail; to fall behind
流产liúchǎnto have a miscarriage; miscarriage; to fail; to fall through
shīto lose; to miss; to fail
to smash; to pound; to fail; to muck up; to bungle
bàito defeat; to damage; to lose (to an opponent); to fail; to wither
dǎoto fall; to collapse; to overthrow; to fail; to go bankrupt; to change (trains or buses); to move around; to resell at a profit
guàto hang or suspend (from a hook etc); to hang up (the phone); to hang (computing); to be worried or concerned; to make a phone call (dialect); to register or record; to hitch; measure word for sets or clusters of objects; (slang) to kill; to die; to be finished; to fail (an exam)
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