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fizzle

  
   vi   silbar, hacer un ruido sibilante  


fizzle out      vi + adv  
[fire, firework]  
apagarse  
[enthusiasm, interest]  
morirse  
[plan]  
quedar en agua de borrajas or en nada
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
fizzle away v.
esfumarse ; desvanecerse ; disiparse
(battery, sound etcetera)

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"fizzle": examples and translations in context
The press have dubbed him the Fizzle Bomber. La prensa lo llama el Terrorista Siseante.
"Fizzle Bomber" is easier to remember. "Terrorista Siseante" es fácil de recordar.
I mean, someone has to start the fizzle. Es decir, alguien tiene que comenzar el fracaso.
Talk about the sizzle and fizzle of Hollywood. Habla de la chispa y el fracaso de Hollywood.
Actually, that guy was the only one who ever called me a fizzle. En realidad, aquel tipo fue el único que me dijo que era un fiasco.
Not with a fizzle, but with a bang. No con un fiasco, pero con una explosión.
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