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Although it is now considered to be a masterpiece, the film was a critical and commercial flop. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It was a catastrophic box office flop and savaged by critics. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Next month he will find out if he has made the biggest movie flop of all time. The Sun (2013)The result was a critical success but a commercial flop. The Sun (2011)But it flopped at the box office. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Is the problem that those films flopped? Times, Sunday Times (2007)What flies with one group flops with another. Christianity Today (2000)Do they sense a flop or a hit? Times, Sunday Times (2011)Those who sneered at the innovation and claimed it would be an expensive flop reckoned without this personable and determined man. Times, Sunday Times (2011)As he shook it hard, its head flopped backwards and forwards. Claudia Hammond EMOTIONAL ROLLERCOASTER: A Journey Through the Science of Feelings (2005)I'M a flop in bed and my wife thinks it's due to stress. The Sun (2011)BRITAIN'S swimmers are being told to curb commercial activities after flopping at the Olympics. The Sun (2012)I'M a flop in bed and it's so embarrassing. The Sun (2013)I find it difficult to hold my body still and flop around. Times, Sunday Times (2008)A line of dirt was etched around his chin and his greasy hair flopped towards his eyes. Oliver Poole BLACK KNIGHTS: On the Bloody Road to Baghdad (2003)He has flopped badly, standing ninth in the drivers' league. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He also suggests having another go at directly elected mayors, a policy that flopped this May. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Cannes may have the film festival, but its hotels are box-office flops. Times, Sunday Times (2015)His dark hair, though shaved at the back, is combed across his forehead so that it almost flops into his eyes. Andrew Bridgeford 1066: and the Hidden History of the Bayeux Tapestry (2004)A series of recent box-office flops involving some of the film industry's biggest names is worrying bankers and producers alike. Times, Sunday Times (2007)

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Inglés británico: flop /flɒp/ NOUN
If something is a flop, it is completely unsuccessful.
It is the public who decide whether a film is a hit or a flop.
  • Inglés americano: flop
  • Árabe: فَشَل فندق رخيص
  • Portugués brasileño: fracasso
  • Chino: 失败
  • Croata: fijasko
  • Checo: propadák
  • Danés: flop
  • Holandés: flop
  • Español europeo: fracaso
  • Finlandés: epäonnistuminen
  • Francés: fiasco
  • Alemán: Reinfall
  • Griego: φιάσκο
  • Italiano: fiasco
  • Japonés: 失敗
  • Coreano: 완전 실패
  • Noruego: fiasko
  • Polaco: klapa
  • Portugués: fracasso
  • Rumano: eșec
  • Ruso: провал
  • Español: fracaso
  • Sueco: misslyckande
  • Tailandés: ความล้มเหลว
  • Turco: fiyasko
  • Ucraniano: невдача
  • Vietnamita: hỏng bét
Inglés británico: flop VERB
If you flop into a chair, for example, you sit down suddenly and heavily because you are so tired.
He flopped down upon the bed and rested his tired feet.
  • Inglés americano: flop
  • Portugués brasileño: fracassar
  • Chino: > 一下子重重地坐下因疲惫
  • Español europeo: dejarse caer
  • Francés: s'affaler
  • Alemán: sich fallen lassen
  • Italiano: lasciarsi cadere
  • Japonés: どさっと座る
  • Coreano: 털썩 주저앉다
  • Portugués: fracassar
  • Español: dejarse caer

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