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failure
'feɪljər
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. An unexpected omission.
  2. An act that fails.
  3. An event that does not accomplish its intended purpose.
  4. A person with a record of failing; someone who loses consistently.
  5. Loss of ability to function normally.
  6. Lack of success.
  7. Inability to discharge all your debts as they come due.
Hyphenationfail•ure
Part of Speech(名) noun
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失败shībàito be defeated; to lose; to fail (e.g. experiments); failure; defeat
不及格bùjí géto fail; to flunk
失败者shībài zhěloser
失灵shīlíngout of order (of machine); not working properly; a failing (of a system)
故障gùzhàngmalfunction; breakdown; defect; shortcoming; fault; failure; impediment; error; bug (in software)
未能wèinéngcannot; to fail to; unable to
滑铁卢huá tiě lúWaterloo (Belgium); Battle of Waterloo (1815); fig. a defeat; failure
zuò(same as ) to squat; to crouch, setback; defeat; failure; not doing well; disappointed; very discouraged; frustrated
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