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de•ba•cle



Pronunciation: (dā-bä'kul, -bak'ul, du-), [key]
n.
1. a general breakup or dispersion; sudden downfall or rout: The revolution ended in a debacle.
2. a complete collapse or failure.
3. a breaking up of ice in a river. Cf. embacle.
4. a violent rush of waters or ice.

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