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fall off

phrasal verb with fall uk   /fɔːl/  us   /fɑːl/ verb (fell, fallen)
If the amount, rate, or quality of something falls off, it becomes smaller or lower: Sales have been falling off recently. Membership of the club has fallen off in recent months.
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