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Translation of "flop" - English-Turkish dictionary

flop

noun [C]
 
 
/flɒp/ informal
FAILURE something that is not a success
fiyasko, başarısızlık
The party was a bit of a flop.Failing and doing badly
MOVEMENT a movement towards the ground, or the noise someone or something makes as they fall down
yere düşme, pat diye çöküverme, düşme/vurma/çarpma/çökme sesi
She fell onto the bed with a flop.Falling and droppingMoving downwards
Translations of “flop”
in Arabic فَشَل…
in Korean 실패작…
in Malaysian kegagalan…
in French flop…
in Italian fiasco, frana…
in Chinese (Traditional) 失敗, 失敗,不成功…
in Russian провал, неудача, шлепок…
in Polish niewypał, klaps…
in Vietnamese thất bại hoàn toàn…
in Spanish fracaso…
in Portuguese fracasso, fiasco…
in Thai ความล้มเหลว…
in German die Pleite…
in Catalan fracàs…
in Japanese 失敗…
in Indonesian kegagalan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 失败, 失败,不成功…
(Definition of flop noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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