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  1. failure

    • IPA[ˈfeɪljə]

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    • n.
      lack of success;an unsuccessful person or thing
    • noun: failure, plural noun: failures

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    • 1. lack of success:

      an economic policy that is doomed to failure

    • 2. an unsuccessful person or thing:

      bad weather had resulted in crop failures

    • 3. the neglect or omission of expected or required action:

      their failure to comply with the basic rules

    • 4. a lack or deficiency of a desirable quality:

      a failure of imagination

    • 5. the action or state of not functioning:

      symptoms of heart failure

      a chance engine failure

    • 6. a sudden cessation of power:

      a sudden power failure

    • 7. the collapse of a business:

      business failures rose by 53%

    • n. severe failure of the kidneys to function properly:

    • last year, my father was diagnosed with kidney failure

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    • n. severe failure of the heart to function properly, especially as a cause of death:

    • her mother had died of heart failure

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    • n. failure of an emulsion to follow the principle that the degree of darkening is constant for a given product of light intensity and exposure time, typically at very low or very high light intensities.

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    • n. severe failure of the heart to function properly, especially as a cause of death:

    • her mother had died of heart failure

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    • n. deviation of an emulsion from the principle that the degree of darkening is constant for a given product of light intensity and exposure time, typically at very low or very high light intensities.

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    • n. severe failure of the kidneys to function properly:

    • last year, my father was diagnosed with kidney failure

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    • n. a weakness of the heart that leads to a buildup of fluid in the lungs and surrounding body tissues.

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    • n. (especially in young children or animals) failure to grow or to gain or maintain weight:

    • symptoms usually appear in early childhood and they include a persistent cough, recurring chest infections, and failure to thrive

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    • IPA[ˈfālyər]

    美式

    • n.
      lack of success:
    • an economic policy that is doomed to failure

      the failures of his policies

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