As many as 16 of the 42 candidates flunked the examination held recently.
What does F stand for?
F stands for Flunked
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
See other definitions of F
- Fishing Mortality (fisheries population dynamics)
- Flare Patterns (US DoD)
- Flash (Precedence Level)
- Flat (welding position)
- Fleer (baseball card manufacturer)
- Flight Inspection
- Float (C programming language)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Of the 15,066 cancellations by DIMIA in the past year, 3624 students lost their visas because they flunked some or all subjects or were no-shows at class.
Rowling (author of the Harry Potter novels) who was so impoverished that she lived on welfare in an apartment infested with mice, to Sharon Stone who could not get a date to her own highschool prom dance, to Dick Cheney who flunked out of Yale University (twice
Of those who flunked, 83 percent could achieve good visual acuity by getting lenses for the first time or by replacing an out-of-date prescription, says study coauthor Mary Frances Cotch, an epidemiologist at NIH in Bethesda.
Once among California's most touted prospects, the oft-troubled Burnley has flunked out at Oregon State and has left the university after a promising freshman season, sources said.
But he stunned instructors when he flunked the basic computer competence check.
Vitamin E supplements flunked a test to see if they could reduce the risk of macular degeneration, a common cause of blindness in older people.