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flunk out

verb [I/T] phrasal verb with flunk  /flʌŋk/ infml us  
to be forced to leave school because you have not done well enough in your courses: She flunked out of high school. If you don't study harder, you're going to flunk out.
Translations of “flunk out”
in Chinese (Traditional) (因學業不好而)退學…
in Chinese (Simplified) (因学业不好而)退学…
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