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Definitions of FAIL in various dictionaries:
- verb - fail to do something
- verb - be unsuccessful
- verb - disappoint, prove undependable to
- verb - stop operating or functioning
- verb - be unable
- verb - judge unacceptable
- verb - fail to get a passing grade
- verb - fall short in what is expected
- verb - become bankrupt or insolvent
- verb - prove insufficient
- verb - get worse
- To prove deficient or lacking; perform ineffectively or inadequately.
- To be unsuccessful: a valiant attempt that failed.
- To receive an academic grade below the acceptable minimum.
- To prove insufficient in quantity or duration; give out: The water supply failed during the drought.
- To fall short, as in what is expected of one: failed in her obligations to the family.
- To decline, as in strength or effectiveness: The patient’s heart failed.
- To cease functioning properly: The engine failed.
- To become bankrupt or insolvent: Our family business failed in 1929.
- To disappoint or prove undependable to: Our sentries failed us.
- To abandon; forsake: His strength failed him.
- To omit to perform (an expected duty, for example): “We must... hold... those horrors up to the light of justice.
- To leave (something) undone; neglect: failed to wash the dishes.
- To receive an academic grade below the acceptable minimum in (a course, for example): failed algebra twice.
- To give such a grade of failure to (a student): failed me in algebra.
- Failure to deliver securities to a purchaser within a specified time.
- Failure to receive the proceeds of a transaction, as in the sale of stock or securities, by a specified date.
- verb - to be unsuccessful in an attempt
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