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Synonyms for flunk

fail

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  • fail
  • screw up
  • flop in
  • plough
  • be unsuccessful in
  • not make the grade at
  • not come up to scratch in
  • not come up to the mark in

Synonyms for flunk

to receive less than a passing grade

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Synonyms for flunk

failure to reach a minimum required performance

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fail to get a passing grade

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For example, Newark received a flunking grade for its poor record in health, education, economics, and other indicators, but was lauded for one major kid-friendly effort: The National Pediatric & Family HIV Resource Center at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.
The belief now is that people flunking dope tests and testing positive for methylhexanamine are certainly using additional supplements as well.
If CBRN specialists let their M41 PATS (protection assessment test system) go year after year without calibration, your PATS will start flunking perfectly good masks.
If we had a kid who wanted to be a doctor but was flunking his science courses, we frequently had to add more than a dose of reality.
In a bid to keep at-risk students from dropping or flunking out, Exeter, N.H., might soon launch a virtual public charter school tailored to their needs, the Boston Globe reports.
But affluent parents would be loath to argue publicly that they don't like the test because their kids are flunking it.
Midland universities have dismissed claims made in an advice book for prospective students that they have above average "flunking" rates for courses.
A student terrorised strangers with a toy gun after flunking his exams.
What was curious in this whole episode of lifters flunking dope tests was how the Indian officialdom remained inert, till the government put its foot down and said they had to go.
LITTLE Steven Millar dialled 999 after flunking a spelling test - demanding the arrest of his teacher AND his mum.
The drop-out rate at Staffordshire University is one of the highest in the country with more than a third of all students "flunking" their courses, a new guide claims.
It may be recalled that a month back, the executive committee of the Indian Weightlifting Federation resigned, taking moral responsibility for six lifters flunking dope tests in Pune at the national camp.
The daughter of Coronation Street star Johnny Briggs plans to sue her former school after flunking her A-levels.
So it's not surprising, say education chiefs, that these youngsters are flunking exams.