fallback 的 2 个定义
- an act or instance of falling back.
- something or someone to turn or return to, especially for help or as an alternative: His teaching experience would be a fallback if the business failed.
- Also fall-back . of or designating something kept in reserve or as an alternative: The negotiators agreed on a fallback position.
- Chrome has become the principal browser to write code for while taking care to provide a fallback for unsupported features or sticking entirely to technologies also supported by Safari and Firefox.
- He then adopted his go-to fallback position of covering his own tail.
- The university is also developing a fallback plan in case Nationals Park becomes unavailable for public health or other reasons.
- Removing a receptor from the next generations of humans could be civilization’s fallback if society is hit with a super-disease that can’t be controlled by vaccines or drugs, and for which we don’t develop immunity.
- Rotisserie or roasted chickenIf you want to stay in the bird family, a good fallback is chicken.
- He could, as a fallback, partner well with Big Squish-Em, Dis-Em Chris.
- A fallback position, adding an Eisenhower statue to the existing World War II Memorial, is already being discussed.
- Modeling used to be an easy fallback ‘career’ for celebrity kids.
- After realizing how difficult this plum post would be, “Biden” writes that he “wised up and settled on my current fallback plan.”
- Their fallback is a series of small-bore bills like more visas for high-tech workers.