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failure  Noun
Plural: failures
  1. Translate "failure" to Spanish: fracaso, falla, fallo, chasco, derrota, descomposición, fallonazo, irregularidad, malogramiento, malogro
    English Synonyms of "failure": breakdown, collapse, fiasco, flop, fizzle, non-event
    Define meaning of "failure": An event that does not accomplish its intended purpose. ; Lack of success.
  2. The surprise party was a complete failure.
    He felt that his entire life had been a failure.
    That year there was a crop failure.

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  3. Translate "failure" to Spanish: fracaso
    English Synonyms of "failure": disaster, ruin, unsuccess, packet
    Define meaning of "failure": An act that fails. ; An event that does not accomplish its intended purpose. ; Lack of success.
  4. His failure to pass the test.
    The surprise party was a complete failure.
    He felt that his entire life had been a failure.
    That year there was a crop failure.

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  5. Translate "failure" to Spanish: fracasado, perdedor, fracaso, nulidad, persona fracasada, zoquete, perdidoso
    English Synonyms of "failure": loser, dud, lame duck, non-achiever, quitter, turkey, duffer
    Define meaning of "failure": A person with a record of failing; someone who loses consistently.

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  7. Translate "failure" to Spanish: falla, avería
    English Synonyms of "failure": malfunction, breakdown, damage, failure to operate correctly, faulty operation, impairment, diddly
    Define meaning of "failure": Loss of ability to function normally.
  8. Kidney failure.

  9. Translate "failure" to Spanish: obra fracasada
    English Synonyms of "failure": flop, poor and unsuccessful production, turkey
    Define meaning of "failure": A complete failure.

  10. Translate "failure" to Spanish: quiebra, fracaso financiero
    English Synonyms of "failure": bankruptcy, liquidation, crack-up
    Define meaning of "failure": Inability to discharge all your debts as they come due.
  11. The company had to declare bankruptcy.
    Fraudulent loans led to the failure of many banks.

  12. Translate "failure" to Spanish: insuficiencia
    English Synonyms of "failure": inadequacy, incompetence, insufficience, insufficiency
    Define meaning of "failure": A lack of competence.

Conceptually-related expressions of "failure"
accidental failure
acute circulatory failure
acute kidney failure
acute renal failure
acute respiratory failure
admit failure
backward heart-failure
bank failure
be a power failure
be an utter failure
be doomed to failure
be exposed to failure
be having a power failure
become a failure
bone marrow failure
business failure
call-failure signal
cardiac failure
catastrophic failure
category that employs two or more disk drives combined to respondo to unexpected failures
channel failure
chronic coronary failure
chronic heart-failure
chronic renal failure
circulatory failure
compensated heart failure
congestive cardiac failure
congestive failure
congestive heart-failure
conspicuous failure
construction failure
continuity failure
continuity-failure signal
coronary failure
current failure
data carrier failure detector
data channel failure detector
diastolic heart failure
disastrous failure
dismal failure
dyspnea due to heart failure
ego failure
electrical failure
engine failure
equipment failure rate
error that does not cause irreparable loss of data or system failure
extreme fear of failure
fear of failure
forward heart-failure
forward heart failure insufficiency
general failure
get to be a failure
giving heart failure drugs
growth failure
have a power failure
heart failure
heart-failure cell
high output failure
humiliating failure
ignition failure
ileocecal failure
intermittent failure
irrational fear of failure
Java programming command that signals an operation with the possibility of failure
kidney failure
last-minute failure
left-heart failure
left ventricular failure
liver failure
mains failure
market failure
mean time between failures
mean time to failure
mechanical failure
metabolic failure
MUF failure
myoglobinuric renal failure
organ failure
pacemaker failure
phobia of failure
point failure
power failure
power-failure alarm
power failure transfer
product failure exclusion
pump failure
random failure
real failure
renal failure
reproductive failure
respiratory failure
right-heart failure
right ventricular failure
right ventricular heart-failure
risk failure
run into failure
satellite failure
secondary failure
secondary glandular failure
signal unit failure
stoppage in the functioning of machinery of industrial plant due to power failure
suffer a power failure
system or computer components installed to backup primary resources in case of failure
traffic failure
treatment with heart failure drugs
unforeseen failure
utter failure
verification process to see if a system can recover function after a failure
willful failure


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