Meaning: utter failure; a complete failure, often a humiliating one
Prime Minister’s new economic ideas turned into a fiasco.
The project submitted by the students was a fiasco.
Synonyms: debacle, catastrophe
The first known use of the word is in circa 1854.
Read more about the word ‘fiasco’ from the website of Merriam Webster.
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