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flop

US [flɑp]
UK [flɒp]
  • v.沉重地躺下;移动;砸锅;完全失败
  • adv.噗地一声
  • n.不成功
  • Web翻牌;翻牌圈;翻牌后
Past Tense:flopped  Simple Present:flops  Present Participle:flopping  
flop
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v.
1.
[i]
~ into/on sth.~ (down/back)
(因疲惫而)猛然坐下,沉重地躺下to sit or lie down in a heavy and sudden way because you are very tired
Exhausted, he flopped down into a chair.
他筋疲力尽,一屁股坐到椅子上。
2.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
(沉重、笨拙或不由自主地)落下,移动,悬挂to fall, move or hang in a heavy or awkward way, without control
Her hair flopped over her eyes.
她的头发耷拉下来遮住了眼睛。
The young man flopped back, unconscious.
那年轻人仰面倒下,不省人事。
The fish were flopping around in the bottom of the boat.
鱼在船底扑腾。
3.
[i]
(informal)
砸锅;完全失败to be a complete failure
The play flopped on Broadway.
这出戏在百老汇砸了锅。
n.
— see also
bellyflop
1.
(informal)
(电影、戏剧、聚会等)失败,不成功a film/movie, play, party, etc. that is not successful

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