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fall down

phrasal verb with fall uk   /fɔːl/  us   /fɑːl/ verb (fell, fallen)


B1 to ​fall to the ​ground: Our ​appletreefell down in the ​storm. He ​stumbled and ​fell down. If a ​building is ​falling down, it is in a very ​badcondition and there is a ​risk that it will ​break into ​pieces and ​drop to the ​ground: Many ​buildings in the ​oldpart of the ​city are ​falling down.
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UK to ​fail: Where do you ​think the ​planfalls down?
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Traducciones de “fall down”
en árabe يَسقُط, يَنهار…
en coreano 쓰러지다…
en portugués desmoronar…
en catalán caure, enfonsar-se…
en japonés 倒れる…
en chino (simplificado) 倒下, 倒下,倒地, (建筑物)坍塌,垮掉…
en chino (tradicionál) 倒下, 倒下,倒地, (建築物)倒塌,垮掉…
en italiano cadere…
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