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Meaning of “fall into place” in the English Dictionary

"fall into place" in British English

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fall into place

When things fall into ​place, they ​happen in a ​satisfactory way, without ​problems: If you ​plan the ​project well, then everything should fall into ​place. C2 When ​events or ​details that you did not ​understand before fall into ​place, they ​becomeeasy to ​understand: Once I ​discovered that the woman was his ​sister, everything ​fell into ​place.
(Definition of fall into place from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"fall into place" in American English

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fall into place

to ​become well ​organized in a way that makes ​successlikely: After a lot of ​work over the past few ​years, my ​careergoals are ​beginning to fall into ​place.
(Definition of fall into place from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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