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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfiascofi‧as‧co /fiˈæskəʊ $ -koʊ/ noun (plural fiascoes or fiascos) [countable]  FAILan event that is completely unsuccessful, in a way that is very embarrassing or disappointing syn disaster The first lecture I ever gave was a complete fiasco.
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fiascoThe tension got to the dancers, too, and many expected the ballet to be a fiasco.Matters should be taken further, and examples made, to ensure that such a fiasco never happens again.The new mall has been an economic fiasco.The dinner party had been a private and public fiasco.a complete fiascoPrices have increased way beyond the rate of inflation and the Government's legislation to check monopolies is a complete fiasco.
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