仕損じる, 為損なう, 為損じる, 仕損なう, フェイル, 失敗する, 出来損なう
Noun(1) an arithmetic operation performed on floating-point numbers(2) someone who is unsuccessful(3) a complete failure(4) the act of throwing yourself down
Verb(1) fall loosely(2) fall suddenly and abruptly(3) fail utterly; collapse
Adverb(1) with a flopping sound(2) exactly
(1) They dropped a rope ladder that fell with a flop all the way to the ground.(2) the play had been a flop(3) The meeting lasted for three weeks, almost bankrupted the French treasury and - guess what - was a total flop .(4) She had boyfriends and lovers, but later admitted: ├ö├ç├┐I've been a total flop with men.├ö├ç├û(5) You have some scenarios where it doesn't work out and then again, you have some players who stay in school for four years, come into the NBA and are a total flop .(6) If the replacement shows flop , the advertiser needs to be made whole.(7) However, it was a commercial flop - few people turned up because of poor publicity and freezing weather.(8) A plan to import bicycles from Azerbaijan was a total flop .(9) To my surprise it's a young boy with a freckled, eager face and brown hair styled to flop over one eye, wearing black, carrying a rucksack and a bag.(10) Not surprisingly it was a total flop , proof that critics and audiences had finally called time on the Broadway musical.(11) All investors should realise that the majority of shares sold at initial public offerings flop and fail to recover the price that they were sold at.(12) What could be worse than to have your name automatically associated with an epic flop , even if you weren't responsible for its failure?(13) He could flop , of course, or fail to deliver on his expansive ambitions.(14) I'm going to flop here for the night(15) they hit the ground with a flop(16) That's an oversimplification, to be sure, but Dobbs' failure to meet audience expectations certainly contributed to the flop .
(1) flip-flop :: フリップ·フロップ
1. failure ::
2. collapse ::
3. fizzle ::
4. dud ::
5. collapse ::
7. be unsuccessful ::
8. fall flat ::
9. right ::
1. click ::
2. deliver ::
3. go ::
4. succeed ::
Different Formsflop, flops
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