Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Failure"

The meaning of "Failure" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "My failure to procure myself a cup of sweet green tea" In this subjects, what does "procure" mean? Can "get" be an alternative for it? mean?
A: Yes. Get or obtain.
Q: What does you are failure mean?
A:

Maybe its

you are a failure

That is s pretty harsh, unkind criticism.
Q: What does consistent failures (of something) mean?
A: Yes you got it. Constant failures.
Q: What does failure mean?
A: Argentina 0
Croatia 3
Is a failure for Argentina 🇦🇷
Q: What does failure comes in "can'ts and success comes in cans mean?
A: When you say you can't do something, you wont succeed.

When you say you can do something, you will succeed.

Example sentences using "Failure"

Q: Please show me example sentences with failures.
A: He was ashamed of his many failures.
Past failures made her hesitant to take new risks.
Q: Please show me example sentences with 'doomed to fail', 'doomed to failure' and 'destined to fail'.
A: The girl was told to study for her test, but she never did. From the moment she decided not to, she was destined to fail.
Q: Please show me example sentences with failure to.
A: He lost his job due to his failure to comply with his boss's requests.
Failure to communicate will cause problems in marriage.
The public is in danger because of the failure of the police to apprehend the criminals.
Q: Please show me example sentences with failure.
A: I'm such a failure.
My test ended in complete failure.

Synonyms of "Failure" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between failure and Miss ?
A: failure = 失敗
missというのは「ミス」の意味ではありません、to missという動詞の名詞形です。意味はそういう動作の結果に近いと思います。

例文:
His shot resulted in a miss.
Q: What is the difference between doomed to failure and doomed to fail and I know, we have to use a verb after "to" but I've seen someone who used this idiom with failure ?
A: They mean the same. You can say “failure” even if it is not a verb because it is also a noun. The person is doomed to the state of failure.
Q: What is the difference between failure to follow a sensible diet can result in the inability to maintain stamina and failure to follow a sensible diet can result in disability to maintain stamina ?
A: First option sounds more natural. Inability is definitely more well-described in this context.
Q: What is the difference between failure odds and failure rate ?
A: Failure odds is the PROBABILITY of failure..

Failure rate is the PROPORTION of failures. Say 2 people out of 100 it's a 2%failure rate.

Unfortunately since both quantities come from data collected in the past.. They usually have a similar value. That's is why they can be used interchangeably sometimes .
Q: What is the difference between Initial failure and Early failure ?
A: Initial failure implies that there were subsequent efforts: after an initial failure, I tried a different approach.

I can't think of too many uses for "early failure". I think "immediate failure" is much more common. "I tried to get into show business but was an immediate failure"

Translations of "Failure"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? failure
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? failure
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Are”system failure ” and “system disruption ” the same mean?
A: Do “system failure” and “system disruption” mean the same thing?


“Failure” describes that the system is not working, while “disruption” is actions made in an attempt to stop the system from working.

Hope this helps!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? failure
A: failure :
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 落伍者(らくごしゃ)= dropout/ failure
A: You're correct :)

Other questions about "Failure"

Q: failure

ex:Even if you had failure,you would try it again.

Please help me correct the above sentence.
Thank you. Does this sound natural?
A: "Failure" is a noun, "fail" is the verb.

For a few ideas on how to correct it:

"Even if you had found failure, you would try it again."

"Even if you had failed, you would try it again."
Q: This is the failure government, I hate it, it makes my sister in trouble, hope my favorite sister all goes well. Does this sound natural?
A: This is the failure of the government. I hate it. They got my sister into trouble and I hope that she is alright.

The Government is a group of people with the authority to govern a country or state, so you cannot really call them "it". The number of commas (comma splice) in this sentence is also too much; there are many parts in the sentence that can stand alone as a sentence itself.
Q: I will share my failure story today. Does this sound natural?
A: I will share my story about failure today
Q: Finally, I've been able to load "flumpt.js". It was because of failure on my "webpack.config.js". The es2015 is pretty difficult to use it but it's essentially needed for conquering complexity. Does this sound natural?
A: Idk octobot, i don't think a ";" is natural either...Probably "," or "--" (not a hyphen, a dash which is 2 hyphens) would be better.

I would go with a comma because a semicolon implies too much separation between independent clauses.

But to be honest, it doesn't really matter because the question is does it SOUND natural, not does it LOOK natural. Most native English speakers honestly wouldn't worry about it to that extent anyway
Q: I won't failure ever again. Does this sound natural?
A: "I wont (fail) ever again."

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