English vocabulary and translations (See all)
Do not confuse with fall (the season), which is the American term for 'autumn'.
to fall (down, off, out of a tree): to plunge, to drop (down, off, out of a tree)
This is an irregular verb:
I fall / I fell / I have fallen
fall (season) (US): the term used for 'autumn' in the USA
UK: Our company's sales have fallen this year.
US: I fell from a tree last fall. It hurt a lot.
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- "Why did the elephant fall out the tree?"
- "Brian : You're like an angel who came to earth, and from heaven you fell."
- "I like to send people a stream - or should I say glacier - of passive-aggressive e-mails until the person becomes numb and confused and eventually falls into a frozen lake."
- "Tinkerbell falls to the floor"
- "Edward : You're like an angel who came to earth, and from heaven you fell."
- "Subject: Pride comes before the fall"
- "I've been here for the last few months supervising the final touches to the property, and the fall is the perfect time to visit."
- "Why did the monkey fall out of the tree?"
- "You're like an angel who came to earth, and from heaven you fell"
- "According to one recent study, foot traffic at retail stores fell 19% between January and August."
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