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fiasco
American English: /fiˈæskoʊ/
British English: /fɪˈaskəʊ/

Translation of fiasco in Spanish:

noun plural -cos or -coes

  • Example sentences
    • If Namibia was a real constitutional democracy, President Nujoma should have been called to clear up scandals, fiascos and debacles that have characterized, mainly, the last five years of his rule.
    • At the start of the new millennium, the corporate world witnessed major fiascos and ethical blunders.
    • It was a fiasco and a disaster, but the courage of the soldiers impressed even the Russians.

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