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fall

[fɔ:l] ( pt fell, pp fallen )
intransitive verb Conjugaison
1. [from height, from upright position]   cadere
 to fall flat [joke]   fare cilecca
2. [decrease]   calare
3. [become]
 to fall ill or sick   ammalarsi
 to fall asleep   addormentarsi
 to fall in love   innamorarsi
 to fall open   aprirsi
4. [be classified]
  to fall into groups   suddividersi in gruppi
 it doesn't fall under our jurisdiction   non rientra nella nostra giurisdizione
5. [disintegrate]
 to fall to bits or pieces   cadere a pezzi
6. [city, country]
 to fall (to sb)   cadere (nelle mani di qn)
7. [occur]
 to fall on   cadere di
 Christmas falls on a Monday this year   quest'anno Natale cade di lunedì
8. (UK) POL [constituency]
 to fall to sb   andare a qn
9. [night, silence]   scendere
10. (liter) [die]   cadere


  

fall

[fɔ:l] ( pt fell, pp fallen )
noun
1. [gen]   caduta f
2. [of snow]   nevicata f
3. [decrease]
 fall (in sthg)   calo m (in qc)
4. (US) [autumn]   autunno m


  

falls


plural noun
[waterfall]   cascate fpl


  

fall about


intransitive verb Conjugaison
(UK & inf)
 to fall about (laughing)   sbellicarsi (dalle risate)


  

fall apart


intransitive verb Conjugaison
1. [book, chair]   andare a pezzi
2. (fig) [country, person]   andare in rovina


  

fall away


intransitive verb Conjugaison
1. [plaster, paint]   staccarsi
2. [land, slope]   digradare


  

fall back


intransitive verb Conjugaison
  arretrare


  

fall back on


transitive verb inseparable
[resort to]   ripiegare su


  

fall behind


intransitive verb
1. [in race]   rimanere indietro
2. [with rent, with work]   essere in arretrato


  

fall down


intransitive verb Conjugaison
1. [person, picture]   cadere
[building]   crollare
2. [fail]   fallire


  

fall for


transitive verb inseparable Conjugaison
1. (inf) [fall in love with]   prendersi una cotta per
2. [be deceived by]   credere a


  

fall in


intransitive verb Conjugaison
1. [roof, ceiling]   crollare, cedere
2. MIL   allinearsi


  

fall in with


transitive verb inseparable Conjugaison
[go along with]   adeguarsi a


  

fall off


intransitive verb Conjugaison
1. [drop off]   staccarsi, cadere
2. [diminish]   diminuire


  

fall on


transitive verb inseparable Conjugaison
1. [subj: eyes, gaze]   cadere su
2. [attack]   gettarsi su


  

fall out


intransitive verb Conjugaison
1. [drop out]   cadere
2. [quarrel]
 to fall out (with sb)   litigare (con qn)
3. MIL   rompere le righe


  

fall over


transitive verb inseparable Conjugaison
  inciampare in
 to be falling over o.s. to do sthg (inf)   farsi in quattro per fare qc

  

fall over


intransitive verb Conjugaison
[lose balance]   cadere


  

fall through


intransitive verb Conjugaison
[plan, deal]   fallire


  

fall to


transitive verb inseparable Conjugaison
[devolve upon]   toccare a
 it falls to me to do sthg   tocca a me fare qc