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From the Spanish verb fracasar:
fracaso is:
   1st person singular (yo) Present Indicative

fra·ca·so  Masculine - Noun - Singular
Diminutives: fracasillo, fracasillos, fracasito, fracasitos
Aumentatives: fracasón, fracasones, fracasote, fracasotes
  1. Translate "fracaso" to English: failure, breakdown, collapse, dud, fiasco, flop, busted flush, fizz, fizzle, floppola, flummox, non-event, nonstarter
    Spanish Synonyms of "fracaso": falla, fallo, chasco, derrota, irregularidad, malogramiento, fallonazo
    Define meaning of "fracaso": Error, falta. ; Resultado de frustrarse una acción o intento.

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  3. Translate "fracaso" to English: failure, disaster, packet, ruin, unsuccess
    Spanish Synonyms of "fracaso": desastre total, desastre
    Define meaning of "fracaso": Cosa que sale mal o no conforme a lo esperado.

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  5. Translate "fracaso" to English: failure, loser
    Spanish Synonyms of "fracaso": perdedor, fracasado, nulidad, persona fracasada, zoquete, perdidoso
    Define meaning of "fracaso": Persona que pierde [] frecuentemente por tener mala suerte o por no esforzarse adecuada o suficientemente. [Fracasa, no consigue lo que se espera, se desea o se ama].

Conceptually-related expressions of "fracaso"
fra·ca·sar  Verb
  1. Translate "fracasar" to English: fail, become a failure, fall flat, fall through, flop, flunk, flunk out, get to be a failure, lay an egg, bungle, fizzle, go mahoola, go phut, miscarry, muff, poo out, poop out, pot out
    Spanish Synonyms of "fracasar": acabar en mal, fallar, morder el polvo, salir mal, ser un fracaso, irse a bombo, escoñarse
    Define meaning of "fracasar": Frustrarse una pretensión o un proyecto.; No conseguir el resultado pretendido en algo.
  2. El chico fracasó, The boy failed.

  3. Translate "fracasar" to English: be unsuccessful, draw a blank, fail to accomplish anything
    Spanish Synonyms of "fracasar": perder, conseguir nada, llevarse un chasco, no conseguir lo buscado, obtener resultados nulos, dar en vacío, dar en vago, irse al tacho
    Define meaning of "fracasar": No conseguir el resultado pretendido en algo.
  4. El detective fracasó, The detective failed to accomplish anything.

  5. Translate "fracasar" to English: fail, break down, break off, come off badly, fall to pieces, go by the board, run into failure, sink, come to grief
    Spanish Synonyms of "fracasar": malograrse, convertirse en un fracaso, llevar la trampa, resultar mal, salir mal, salir mal librado, zozobrar, chafear
    Define meaning of "fracasar": Frustrarse una pretensión o un proyecto.
  6. El proyecto fracasó, The project failed.

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  7. Translate "fracasar" to English: fail
    Spanish Synonyms of "fracasar": acabar en mal, fallar, fracasar, morder el polvo, salir mal, ser un fracaso, irse a bombo, escoñarse
  8. Me fracasó el muchacho, My boy failed.

Verb Conjugation for "fracasar"
Gerund: fracasando
Past Participle: fracasado
























Conceptually-related expressions of "fracasar"
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