fall verb (HAVE AN ACCIDENT) translate to Traditional Chinese
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fall

verb (HAVE AN ACCIDENT)
發生意外
 
 
/fɔːl/ US  /fɑːl/ (fell, fallen)
[I] to suddenly go down onto the ground or towards the ground without intending to or by accident
(突然)跌倒,摔倒
The path's very steep, so be careful you don't fall.
小路很陡,小心別摔倒。
He fell badly and broke his leg.
他重重跌倒,摔斷了腿。
Athletes have to learn how to fall without hurting themselves.
運動員必須學會跌倒時怎麼避免自己受傷。
She fell under a bus and was killed instantly.
她跌到公車下麵,當場被軋死了。
The horse fell at the first fence.
那匹馬在跳過第一道障礙物時就摔倒了。
I fell down the stairs and injured my back.
我跌下樓梯,背部受了傷。
She had fallen, it appeared, from a great height.
看來她是從很高的地方摔下來的。
The water's deep here, so don't fall in!
這裡的水很深,千萬別掉進去!
He fell into the river and drowned.
他跌進河裡淹死了。
If you fell off the roof, you'd kill yourself.
要是從屋頂掉下來,你會沒命的。
He was leaning out of the window and fell out.
他身子探出窗外時掉了出去。
She fell five metres to the bottom of the ravine.
她跌進了五米深的溝底。
He fell to his death climbing the Matterhorn.
他在攀登馬特洪峰時摔死了。
Falling and droppingMoving downwards
fall flat on your face informal to fall and land with your face down
臉朝下跌倒,趴倒在地
Poor Kathy fell flat on her face in the mud.
可憐的凱西臉朝下跌進了泥裡。
Falling and droppingMoving downwards
(Definition of fall verb (HAVE AN ACCIDENT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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