— phrasal verb with fall uk /fɔːl/ us /fɑːl/ verb fell, fallen
- The whole family seems to be falling apart since Daniel died.
- The whole apparatus of communism was already falling apart.
- Arsenal's defence were strong, but their midfield fell apart in the first five minutes of the match.
- I thought the whole meeting was going to fall apart but you rescued it like a true professional!
- Their marriage is falling apart at the seams.
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