Traducción de "fail" - Diccionario Inglés-Chino Tradicional

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uk /feɪl/ us /feɪl/

fail verb (NOT SUCCEED)

B2 [ I ] to not succeed in what you are trying to achieve or are expected to do

She moved to London in the hope of finding work as a model, but failed. 她搬到倫敦,希望找份模特兒的工作,但沒找到。
This method of growing tomatoes never fails. 這種種植番茄的方法屢試不爽。
He failed in his attempt to break the record. 他未能打破紀錄。
[ + to infinitive ] She failed to reach the Wimbledon Final this year. 今年她未能進入溫布頓網球賽決賽。
The reluctance of either side to compromise means that the talks are doomed to (= will certainly) fail. 雙方均不願讓步意味著會談註定要失敗。
if all else fails

if none of our plans succeed

If all else fails, we can always stay in and watch TV.

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fail verb (EXAM)

A2 [ I or T ] to be unsuccessful, or to judge that someone has been unsuccessful, in a test or exam

UK I passed in history but failed in chemistry. 我通過了歷史考試,但化學考試不及格。
US I passed history but failed chemistry.
A lot of people fail their driving test the first time. 許多人首次參加駕駛執照考試都通不過。
She was sure she was going to fail.
The examiners failed him because he hadn't answered enough questions. 考官評他不及格,因為他沒有答完規定的題數。

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fail verb (NOT DO)

B2 [ I ] to not do something that you should do

[ + to infinitive ] He failed to arrive on time. 他未能準時到達。
The staff had been promised a rise, but the money failed to (= did not) materialize.
You couldn't fail to be (= it is impossible that you would not be) affected by the movie. 你不可能不被這部影片打動。
I'd be failing in my duty if I didn't tell you about the risks involved in the project. 我如果不把這個企劃案涉及的風險告訴你,就是失職。
fail to see/understand

C2 used when you do not accept something

I fail to see why you can't work on a Saturday. 我不明白為甚麼你星期六不能工作。

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fail verb (STOP)

B2 [ I ] to become weaker or stop working completely

If my eyesight fails, I'll have to stop doing this job. 如果視力衰退,我就必須放棄這份工作。
The brakes failed and the car crashed into a tree. 煞車失靈,汽車撞到樹上。
After talking non-stop for two hours, her voice started to fail. 滔滔不絕地講了兩個鐘頭之後,她的聲音開始沙啞了。
The old man was failing fast (= he was dying). 老人奄奄一息。

[ I ] If a business fails, it is unable to continue because of money problems.


fail verb (NOT HELP)

[ T ] to not help someone when you are expected to do so

He failed her in her moment of need. 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。

failnoun [ C ]

uk /feɪl/ us /feɪl/

UK an unsuccessful result in a course, test, or exam

John got three passes and four fails in his exams. 約翰考試三門及格,四門不及格。
without fail

If you do something without fail, you always do it.

I go to the gym every Monday and Wednesday, without fail. 我每逢週一和週三必定去健身房。

used to tell someone that they must do something

Be there at nine o'clock, without fail. 九點鐘務必到那裡。

(Traducción de "fail" del Diccionario Cambridge inglés-chino (tradicional) © Cambridge University Press)