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fall over

phrasal verb with fall uk   /fɔːl/  us   /fɑːl/ verb (fell, fallen)
B1 If someone falls over, they fall to the ground: She tripped and fell over.B1 If something falls over, it falls onto its side: If you make the cake too high, it'll fall over.
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in Korean 넘어지다…
in Arabic يَقَع أَرْضا…
in Portuguese cair, tombar…
in Catalan caure…
in Japanese 落ちる, つまずく…
in Italian cadere…
in Chinese (Traditional) 跌倒,摔倒, 倒塌…
in Russian падать, опрокидываться…
in Turkish yüz üstü ya da yanlamasına düşmek, boylu boyunca yere uzanmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 跌倒,摔倒, 倒塌…
in Polish przewracać się…
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