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pratfall

noun [C] uk   /ˈpræt.fɔːl/ us    /-fɑːl/
mainly US a fall in which a person lands on their bottom, especially for a humorous effect in a play, film, etc. an embarrassing defeat or failure: Most of us get over the pratfalls of childhood.
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