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fail

verb [T] (NOT HELP)
未幫助
 
 
/feɪl/
to not help someone when they expected you to
辜負;對…無能為力
He failed her when she most needed him.
她最需要他的時候,他卻辜負了她。
When I looked down and saw how far I had to jump, my courage failed me (= I felt very frightened).
當我往下看,看到自己要跳多遠時,就洩了氣。
Disappointing yourself and others
(Definition of fail verb (NOT HELP) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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