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

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fall apart to break into pieces.
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 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]