fallback / ˈfɔlˌbæk /


fallback2 个定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. an act or instance of falling back.
  2. 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.
adj. 形容词 adjective
  1. Also fall-back . of or designating something kept in reserve or as an alternative: The negotiators agreed on a fallback position.

fallback 近义词

n. 名词 noun


n. 名词 noun



  1. 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.
  2. He then adopted his go-to fallback position of covering his own tail.
  3. The university is also developing a fallback plan in case Nationals Park becomes unavailable for public health or other reasons.
  4. 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.
  5. Rotisserie or roasted chickenIf you want to stay in the bird family, a good fallback is chicken.
  6. He could, as a fallback, partner well with Big Squish-Em, Dis-Em Chris.
  7. A fallback position, adding an Eisenhower statue to the existing World War II Memorial, is already being discussed.
  8. Modeling used to be an easy fallback ‘career’ for celebrity kids.
  9. After realizing how difficult this plum post would be, “Biden” writes that he “wised up and settled on my current fallback plan.”
  10. Their fallback is a series of small-bore bills like more visas for high-tech workers.