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English definition of “fall from sth”

fall from sth

verb uk phrasal verb with fall   /fɔːl/ us    /fɑːl/ (fell, fallen)
fall from sb's lips literary When words or sounds fall from your lips, you speak or make them: Not a single sound fell from her lips.
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