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Spanish translation of “flop”

flop

verb /flop/ (past tense, past participle flopped)
to fall or sit down suddenly and heavily
tumbarse, dejarse caer
She flopped into an armchair.
to hang or swing about loosely
caer
Her hair flopped over her face.
(of a theatrical production) to fail; to be unsuccessful
fracasar
The play flopped.
floppy adjective (comparative floppier, superlative floppiest) tending to flop; flopping
blando, que se cae
a floppy hat.
floppy disk noun (computing) a small computer disk for storing information.
disquete
(Definition of flop from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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