fall [come] into disfavor, (with...)
不受 (…的) 欢迎,失去 (…的) 爱戴, (与…之间的关系) 归于失败
attribute one's failure to poor judgment
They blamed the failure on George.
They blamed the coach for the defeat.
assign one's failure to ill health
His failure is ascribable to innocence.
He ascribes his failure to fate.
The failure was set down to bad planning.
His mother assigned his failure to idleness
They imputed the failure to his carelessness
He blamed his failure on his teacher.
They blamed the failure of the action on George.
It is incorrect to put all the blame on objective causes for our failure.
If I have failed, the fault lies wholly at my door.
He ascribed his failure to objective conditions.
How dare you impute the failure to me?
He referred the team's defeat to poor training.
He ascribed his failure to bad luck.