Results for « fall » (eng)
07370270-n (1)
fall      a movement downward
01972298-v (43)
V1
fall      descend in free fall under the influence of gravity
02385153-v (2)
V1
fall      lose office or power
00360678-v
V1
fall      be born, used chiefly of lambs
01984317-v
V1
fall, fall down      lose an upright position suddenly
07362386-n
fall, drop      a free and rapid descent by the force of gravity
00076884-n (4)
fall, spill, tumble      a sudden drop from an upright position
02358922-v
V1
fall      to be given by right or inheritance
02037839-v
V1
fall      slope downward
00756919-n (2)
fall      a lapse into sin; a loss of innocence or of chastity
09265620-n (3)
fall, declivity, descent, declination, declension, decline, downslope      a downward slope or bend
00147815-v (16)
V1, V2
fall      pass suddenly and passively into a state of body or mind
07471371-n
fall, pin      when a wrestler's shoulders are forced to the mat
02229550-v
V2
pass, devolve, fall, return      be inherited by
00346839-v
V1
fall      begin vigorously
02229828-v
V2, V3
fall, light      fall to somebody by assignment or lot
02611976-v (5)
V2
fall, strike, shine      touch or seem as if touching visually or audibly
00342314-v
V1
fall      go as if by falling
02565911-v (2)
V1
fall      yield to temptation or sin
02729963-v (8)
V1
fall, come      come under, be classified or included
02358655-v (2)
V1
fall      to be given by assignment or distribution
00067707-n (1)
fall, capitulation, surrender      the act of surrendering (usually under agreed conditions)
02304507-v (3)
V1
fall      be captured
02661015-v
V1
fall      be due
00151689-v (31)
V1
decrease, diminish, lessen, fall      decrease in size, extent, or range
00561266-v
V1
fall      be cast down
05111835-n (1)
drop, fall, dip, free fall      a sudden sharp decrease in some quantity
02528985-v (4)
V1
fall      suffer defeat, failure, or ruin
00561375-v
V1
fall      assume a disappointed or sad expression
02099413-v (1)
V1
fall      move in a specified direction
01970826-v (58)
V1
fall, come down, descend, go down      move downward and lower, but not necessarily all the way
07427728-n (1)
fall, downfall      a sudden decline in strength or number or importance
07478531-n (3)
Fall      the lapse of mankind into sinfulness because of the sin of Adam and Eve
02756821-v (5)
V1, V2
fall, come down, precipitate      fall from clouds
00342164-v
V1
fall, descend, settle      come as if by falling
15236859-n (21)
fall, autumn      the season when the leaves fall from the trees
01542668-v (5)
V2
hang, flow, fall      fall or flow in a certain way
02230056-v
V2
fall, accrue      come into the possession of
15169421-n (10)
dusk, nightfall, twilight, fall, gloaming, gloam, evenfall, crepuscule, crepuscle      the time of day immediately following sunset
01984119-v
V1
fall      drop oneself to a lower or less erect position
02620213-v (3)
V1
fall      die, as in battle or in a hunt
00342443-v (3)
V1
fall      occur at a specified time or place
00530177-v
V1
fall      come out; issue
02566092-v
V1
fall      lose one's chastity

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