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VERB 落下;坠落;掉落 If someone or something falls, they move quickly downwards onto or towards the ground, by accident or because of a natural force.
Her father fell into the sea after a massive heart attack...
Prince Charles has again fallen from his horse...
VERB 摔倒;跌倒;倒塌 If a person or structure that is standing somewhere falls, they move from their upright position, so that they are then lying on the ground.
The woman gripped the shoulders of her man to stop herself from falling...
We watched buildings fall on top of people and pets...
VERB (雨或雪)落下,下落 When rain or snow falls, it comes down from the sky.
Winds reached up to 100mph in some places with an inch of rain falling within 15 minutes.
风力在一些地方达到了每小时 100 英里，15 分钟内降雨量达一英寸。
VERB (常因疲乏)一头倒下，一下躺倒 If you fall somewhere, you allow yourself to drop there in a hurried or disorganized way, often because you are very tired.
Totally exhausted, he tore his clothes off and fell into bed...
In the morning I got as far as the sofa and fell on to it.
VERB (数量)减少;(价值)下降;(力量)减弱 If something falls, it decreases in amount, value, or strength.
Output will fall by 6%...
Her weight fell to under seven stones...
她的体重减到了 7 英石以下。
VERB 垮台;失势 If a powerful or successful person falls, they suddenly lose their power or position.
There's a danger of the government falling because it will lose its majority...
The moment Mrs Thatcher fell from power has left a lasting imprint on the world's memory.
VERB 陷落;失守;(竞选)失利 If a place falls in a war or election, an enemy army or a different political party takes control of it.
Croatian army troops retreated from northern Bosnia and the area fell to the Serbs...
With the announcement 'Paphos has fallen!' a cheer went up from the assembled soldiers.
VERB 战死;阵亡 If someone falls in battle, they are killed.
Another wave of troops followed the first, running past those who had fallen.
V-LINK 进入，陷入(某种状态) You can use fall to show that someone or something passes into another state. For example, if someone falls ill, they become ill, and if something falls into disrepair, it is then in a state of disrepair.
It is almost impossible to visit Florida without falling in love with the state...
'Business to Business' was taken over by another company after it fell into debt...
VERB 属于;被划分为 If you say that something or someone falls into a particular group or category, you mean that they belong in that group or category.
The problems generally fall into two categories...
Both women fall into the highest-risk group.
VERB (责任或责备)由…承担，由…负责 If the responsibility or blame for something falls on someone, they have to take the responsibility or the blame for it.
That responsibility falls on the local office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees...
A vastly disproportionate burden falls on women for child care...
VERB (人群)变得(安静、悲哀或疲倦) If silence or a feeling of sadness or tiredness falls on a group of people, they become silent, sad, or tired.
The bus was stopped and silence fell on the passengers as the police checked identity cards.
VERB (庆典或特别事件)在，适逢(某日) If a celebration or other special event falls on a particular day or date, it happens to be on that day or date.
...the oddly named Quasimodo Sunday which falls on the first Sunday after Easter.
VERB (光)射向;(影子)投在 When light or shadow falls on something, it covers it.
Nancy, out of the corner of her eye, saw the shadow that suddenly fell across the doorway.
VERB (头发或衣服)垂坠，下垂 If someone's hair or a garment falls in a certain way, it hangs downwards in that way.
...a slender boy with black hair falling across his forehead.
VERB (目光)落在…上;注意到 If you say that someone's eyes fell on something, you mean they suddenly noticed it.
As he laid the flowers on the table, his eye fell upon a note in Grace's handwriting.
VERB (夜晚或黑暗)降临，来临 When night or darkness falls, night begins and it becomes dark.
As darkness fell outside, they sat down to eat at long tables.
N-PLURAL; N-IN-NAMES 瀑布 You can refer to a waterfall as the falls .
...panoramic views of the falls.
N-VAR 秋季;秋天 Fall is the season between summer and winter when the weather becomes cooler.
He was elected judge in the fall of 1991...
The Supreme Court will not hear the case until next fall.
N-PROPER 人类堕落(基督教中指亚当、夏娃违反戒律，被上帝逐出伊甸园) In the Christian religion, the Fall was the occasion when Adam and Eve sinned and God made them leave the Garden of Eden.
N-COUNT (摔跤中)双肩着地;(柔道中)体落 In some sports such as judo and wrestling, a fall is the act of throwing or forcing your opponent to the floor.
VERB (板球中，三柱门)失陷(指击球员出局) In cricket, when a wicket falls, the team who are fielding get one of the batsmen out.
The last seven wickets fell for ten runs.
最后 7 次三柱门失陷得了10分。
PHRASE 偶然打开;意外开启 If something falls open, it opens accidentally.
By chance the book beside him fell open to St. Paul's warning to the Romans...
The basket that she was carrying fell open.
PHRASE 卖力;煞费苦心;不遗余力 If you say that people are falling over themselves to do something, you mean that they are very enthusiastic about doing it, and often that you disapprove of this.
Within days of his death those same people were falling over themselves to denounce him.
PHRASE fall to pieces (英国英语中作 fall to bits) 同 fall apart To fall to pieces, or in British English to fall to bits, means the same as to fall apart .
At that point the radio handset fell to pieces.
PHRASAL VERB 散架;垮掉;摔碎 If something falls apart, it breaks into pieces because it is old or badly made.
The work was never finished and bit by bit the building fell apart.
PHRASAL VERB (机构或体系)解散,瓦解 If an organization or system falls apart, it becomes disorganized or unable to work effectively, or breaks up into its different parts.
Europe's monetary system is falling apart...
I've tried everything to stop our marriage falling apart.
PHRASAL VERB (情感上)崩溃，垮掉 If you say that someone is falling apart, you mean that they are becoming emotionally disturbed and are unable to think calmly or to deal with the difficult or unpleasant situation that they are in.
I was falling apart. I wasn't getting any sleep.
PHRASAL VERB 脱落;分离 If something falls away from the thing it is attached to, it breaks off.
Officials say that one or two engines fell away from the plane shortly after takeoff.
PHRASAL VERB (地面自某处)向下倾斜 If you say that land falls away, you mean it slopes downwards from a particular point.
On either side of the tracks the ground fell away sharply.
PHRASAL VERB (程度)降低，减弱;(数量、规模)减少，减小 If the degree, amount, or size of something falls away, it decreases.
His coalition may hold a clear majority but this could quickly fall away...
Demand began to fall away.
PHRASAL VERB 略微退后;稍稍后退 If you fall back, you move backwards a short distance away from someone or something.
He fell back in embarrassment when he saw that Ross had no hair at all...
The congregation fell back from them slightly as they entered.
PHRASAL VERB (军队)撤退，后撤 If an army falls back during a battle or war, it withdraws.
The Prussian garrison at Charleroi was falling back.
PHRASAL VERB 落后;跟不上 If you fall behind, you do not make progress or move forward as fast as other people.
Evans had rheumatic fever, missed school and fell behind...
Boris is falling behind all the top players.
PHRASAL VERB (使)不能按时完成(或交付) If you fall behind with something or let it fall behind, you do not do it or produce it when you should, according to an agreement or schedule.
He faces losing his home after falling behind with the payments...
Thousands of people could die because the relief effort has fallen so far behind...
PHRASAL VERB (在…上)薄弱，不尽如人意 If an argument, organization, or person falls down on a particular point, they are weak or unsatisfactory on that point.
Service was outstandingly friendly and efficient, falling down on only one detail...
That is where his argument falls down.
PHRASAL VERB 迷恋;爱上 If you fall for someone, you are strongly attracted to them and start loving them.
He was fantastically handsome — I just fell for him right away.
PHRASAL VERB 上…的当;受…的骗;对…信以为真 If you fall for a lie or trick, you believe it or are deceived by it.
It was just a line to get you out here, and you fell for it!
I told him I would think about it and asked for his telephone number. He didn't fall for that one.
PHRASAL VERB (屋顶、天花板)塌陷，坍塌 If a roof or ceiling falls in, it collapses and falls to the ground.
Part of my bedroom ceiling has fallen in.
PHRASAL VERB 走在…的后面(或身边) If you fall in behind or beside someone who is walking along, you start walking behind them or beside them.
Prentice saw Goss fall in behind the informer.
PHRASAL VERB 赞成，接受(思想、计划、体系) If you fall in with an idea, plan, or system, you accept it and do not try to change it.
Carmen's reluctance to fall in with Driver's plans led to trouble.
PHRASAL VERB 与…来往密切 If you fall in with someone, you become friends with them and start seeing them a lot.
At university, Taylor had fallen in with a small clique of literature students.
PHRASAL VERB (从接合处)脱落，掉落 If something falls off, it separates from the thing to which it was attached and moves towards the ground.
When your exhaust falls off, you have to replace it.
PHRASAL VERB (程度)降低，减弱;(数量、规模)减少 If the degree, amount, or size of something falls off, it decreases.
Unemployment is rising again and retail buying has fallen off.
PHRASAL VERB (头发、牙齿)掉落，脱落 If something such as a person's hair or a tooth falls out, it comes out.
Her hair started falling out as a result of radiation treatment.
PHR-V-RECIP (与…)争吵，失和 If you fall out with someone, you have an argument and stop being friendly with them. You can also say that two people fall out .
She fell out with her husband...
Mum and I used to fall out a lot.
PHRASAL VERB (责任、职责、机会)落到…的头上;应由…做 If a responsibility, duty, or opportunity falls to someone, it becomes their responsibility, duty, or opportunity.
He's been very unlucky that no chances have fallen to him.
It fell to me to get rid of them.
PHRASAL VERB 开始(做…) If someone falls to doing something, they start doing it.
When she had departed, they fell to fighting among themselves.