לְהִכָּשֵׁל, לִכשׁוֹל, לִפְשׁוֹט אֵת הַרֶגֶל, לְהִתְחַרְבֵּןכִּשָׁלוֹן
Verb(1) fail to do something; leave something undone(2) be unsuccessful(3) disappoint, prove undependable to; abandon, forsake(4) stop operating or functioning(5) be unable(6) judge unacceptable(7) fail to get a passing grade(8) fall short in what is expected(9) become bankrupt or insolvent; fail financially and close(10) prove insufficient(11) get worse
(1) As we all work longer hours, cope with pressurised jobs and fail to take proper breaks, stress in many cases seems to take over.(2) Towards the end of the afternoon, as the light began to fail , the first of several squadrons of wild geese came flying over the house on their way to the fields where they spend their nights.(3) A letter or pass / fail grade, depending on district policy, is filed with the school at the appropriate time.(4) Akwaake said it has been noted that many new businesses fail because of the lack of mentoring.(5) she won't fail you(6) Here in northern Afghanistan, for the first time in four years, the rains didn't fail , and these farmers are now reaping the benefits.(7) In the last years his health began to fail but Johnnie held on bravely to the last and did not complain.(8) Mavis's health first began to fail in January and in March she was diagnosed with mesothelioma.(9) Michael's health began to fail about two years ago and it deteriorated seriously from which he did not really recover.(10) Yet, businesses fail because of a lack of knowledge, money, and support.(11) He has one pass in biology (grade D) a fail in chemistry (grade N) and an unclassified in maths.(12) their customer service is a massive fail(13) the criteria used to pass or fail the candidate(14) But although conditions are basic and power supplies sometimes fail , pitching the mess tent into darkness, no one is complaining too much.(15) If the rains fail or someone falls ill, they have to sell what little they have - perhaps a pig or a goat - to buy medicines.(16) They would hope that when the market is liberalised, that they would not see our established firms fail to survive in the competitive environment.
1. be unsuccessful ::
2. be unsuccessful in ::
4. die ::
5. fade ::
6. break down ::
7. deteriorate ::
8. collapse ::
9. neglect ::
10. flunk ::
11. betray ::
12. go wrong ::
13. give out ::
Different Formsfail, failed, fails
Word Example from TV Shows
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If I FAIL, I FAIL. If I pass, I pass.
Do you get it?
The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 6
will be the look in her
eyes when I FAIL them.
Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 10
You've been waiting for him to FAIL.
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 5
But, Sheldon, without your insight and
leadership, this enterprise will surely FAIL.
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 18
Should I FAIL to persuade
the Blackfish to surrender
Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 8
English to Hebrew Dictionary: fail
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