Children's, Intermediate and Advanced Online English Dictionary & Thesaurus

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fall apart to break into pieces.
fall asleep to begin the process of sleep.
fall back on to have recourse, as to another alternative.
fall behind to not keep up with; lag behind.
fall down to fall to the ground.
fall for (informal) to accept as valid; be deceived by (something that is a trick or a lie).
fall foul of to come into collision, conflict, or entanglement with.
fall line a geographical line connecting the waterfalls of parallel rivers that indicates a drop in land level. [2 definitions]
fall off to decline, decrease, or diminish.
fall under to be the concern of. [2 definitions]
fall-off a reduction or decline, as in quantity, vigor, or activity.
free-fall the unconstrained fall of a body within a gravitational field. [2 definitions]