English translation of 'fiasco'
Example Sentences Including 'fiasco'
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Hélas, le fiasco diplomatique de la crise, la fracture du monde démocratique, signent l'échec de cette tentative.Le Monde (2003)
Une leçon dont elle n'usa qu'une seule fois et un fiasco qu'elle se donne le beau rôle de raconter en se donnant le mauvais rôle.Marie Claire
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'fiasco' in Other Languages
British English: 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.
- American English: flop
- Arabic: فَشَل فندق رخيص
- Brazilian Portuguese: fracasso
- Chinese: 失败
- Croatian: fijasko
- Czech: propadák
- Danish: flop
- Dutch: flop
- European Spanish: fracaso
- Finnish: epäonnistuminen
- French: fiasco
- German: Reinfall
- Greek: φιάσκο
- Italian: fiasco
- Japanese: 失敗
- Korean: 완전 실패
- Norwegian: fiasko
- Polish: klapa
- European Portuguese: fracasso
- Romanian: eșec
- Russian: провал
- Spanish: fracaso
- Swedish: misslyckande
- Thai: ความล้มเหลว
- Turkish: fiyasko
- Ukrainian: невдача
- Vietnamese: hỏng bét
British English: debacle NOUN
A debacle is an event or attempt that is a complete failure.
After the debacle of the war the world was never the same again.
British English: fiasco NOUN
If you describe an event or attempt to do something as a fiasco, you are emphasizing that it fails completely.
The blame for the fiasco did not lie with him.
Translation of fiasco from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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