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22:15 Feb 20, 2009
Portuguese to English translations [Non-PRO] Education / Pedagogy
Portuguese term or phrase:reprovado
O aluno que não comparecer a nenhuma das avaliações será automaticamente reprovado.
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1flunk Listen to the pronunciation of 1flunk
perhaps blend of flinch and funk
intransitive verb : to fail especially in an examination or course transitive verb 1 : to give a failing grade to 2 : to get a failing grade or result in
— flunk·er noun
This word is perfectly fine for usage in education and is not considered "slang."
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Either "fail" or "flunk" are fine in this context.
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Explanation: my suggestion
the student that don't take the exams/tests will automaticly fail/flunk
Floriana Leary United States Local time: 23:32 Works in field Native speaker of: English, Portuguese PRO pts in category: 34