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doc Definition of fall
    English to English
  • the season when the leaves fall from the trees
  • In the fall of 1973.
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  • a sudden drop from an upright position
  • He had a nasty spill on the ice.
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  • the lapse of mankind into sinfulness because of the sin of Adam and Eve
  • Women have been blamed ever since the Fall.
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  • a downward slope or bend
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  • a lapse into sin; a loss of innocence or of chastity
  • A fall from virtue.
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  • a sudden decline in strength or number or importance
  • The fall of the House of Hapsburg.
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  • a movement downward
  • The rise and fall of the tides.
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  • the act of surrendering (usually under agreed conditions)
  • They were protected until the capitulation of the fort.
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  • the time of day immediately following sunset
  • He loved the twilight.
    They finished before the fall of night.
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  • when a wrestler's shoulders are forced to the mat
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  • a free and rapid descent by the force of gravity
  • It was a miracle that he survived the drop from that height.
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  • a sudden sharp decrease in some quantity
  • A drop of 57 points on the Dow Jones index.
    There was a drop in pressure in the pulmonary artery.
    A dip in prices.
    When that became known the price of their stock went into free fall.
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  • The act of falling; a dropping or descending be the force of gravity; descent; as, a fall from a horse, or from the yard of ship.
  • source: Webster 1913
  • descend in free fall under the influence of gravity
  • The branch fell from the tree.
    The unfortunate hiker fell into a crevasse.
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  • move downward and lower, but not necessarily all the way
  • The temperature is going down.
    The barometer is falling.
    The curtain fell on the diva.
    Her hand went up and then fell again.
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  • pass suddenly and passively into a state of body or mind
  • Fall into a trap.
    She fell ill.
    They fell out of favor.
    Fall in love.
    Fall asleep.
    Fall prey to an imposter.
    Fall into a strange way of thinking.
    She fell to pieces after she lost her work.
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  • come under, be classified or included
  • Fall into a category.
    This comes under a new heading.
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  • fall from clouds
  • Rain, snow and sleet were falling.
    Vesuvius precipitated its fiery, destructive rage on Herculaneum.
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  • suffer defeat, failure, or ruin
  • We must stand or fall.
    Fall by the wayside.
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  • die, as in battle or in a hunt
  • Many soldiers fell at Verdun.
    Several deer have fallen to the same gun.
    The shooting victim fell dead.
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  • touch or seem as if touching visually or audibly
  • Light fell on her face.
    The sun shone on the fields.
    The light struck the golden necklace.
    A strange sound struck my ears.
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  • be captured
  • The cities fell to the enemy.
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  • occur at a specified time or place
  • Christmas falls on a Monday this year.
    The accent falls on the first syllable.
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  • decrease in size, extent, or range
  • The amount of homework decreased towards the end of the semester.
    The cabin pressure fell dramatically.
    Her weight fell to under a hundred pounds.
    His voice fell to a whisper.
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  • yield to temptation or sin
  • Adam and Eve fell.
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  • lose office or power
  • The government fell overnight.
    The Qing Dynasty fell with Sun Yat-sen.
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  • to be given by assignment or distribution
  • The most difficult task fell on the youngest member of the team.
    The onus fell on us.
    The pressure to succeed fell on the youngest student.
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  • move in a specified direction
  • The line of men fall forward.
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  • be due
  • Payments fall on the 1st of the month.
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  • lose one's chastity
  • A fallen woman.
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  • to be given by right or inheritance
  • The estate fell to the oldest daughter.
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  • come into the possession of
  • The house accrued to the oldest son.
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  • fall to somebody by assignment or lot
  • The task fell to me.
    It fell to me to notify the parents of the victims.
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  • be inherited by
  • The estate fell to my sister.
    The land returned to the family.
    The estate devolved to an heir that everybody had assumed to be dead.
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  • slope downward
  • The hills around here fall towards the ocean.
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  • lose an upright position suddenly
  • The vase fell over and the water spilled onto the table.
    Her hair fell across her forehead.
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  • drop oneself to a lower or less erect position
  • She fell back in her chair.
    He fell to his knees.
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  • fall or flow in a certain way
  • This dress hangs well.
    Her long black hair flowed down her back.
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  • assume a disappointed or sad expression
  • Her face fell when she heard that she would be laid off.
    His crest fell.
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  • be cast down
  • His eyes fell.
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  • come out; issue
  • Silly phrases fell from her mouth.
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  • be born, used chiefly of lambs
  • The lambs fell in the afternoon.
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  • begin vigorously
  • The prisoners fell to work right away.
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  • go as if by falling
  • Grief fell from our hearts.
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  • come as if by falling
  • Night fell.
    Silence fell.
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  • To Descend, either suddenly or gradually; particularly, to descend by the force of gravity; to drop; to sink; as, the apple falls; the tide falls; the mercury falls in the barometer.
  • source: Webster 1913
  • To let fall; to drop.
  • source: Webster 1913
    English to Tagalog
  • [fol] Bagsak; lagpak; takpak; laglag; pagkahulog; pagkabagsak; bugs˘
  • source: Diccionario Ingles-Espa˝ol-Tagalog
  • [fol] Mahulog; bumagsak; lumagpak; tumakpak; malaglag; bumugs˘
  • source: Diccionario Ingles-Espa˝ol-Tagalog
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