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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 ​itsside: If you make the ​cake too high, it'll ​fall over.

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fall over

phrasal verb with fall uk   us   /fɔːl/ verb (fell, fallen)
IT if a ​computer or a ​computerprogramfalls over, it suddenly ​stopsworking: If the ​programfalls over on complicated drawings, it is of no use to us professionally.
if a ​businessfalls over, it goes ​bankrupt: Hotels and ​cateringcompanies have been ​falling over at an ​increasingrate lately.
(Definition of fall over from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “fall over”
en árabe يَقَع أَرْضا…
en coreano 넘어지다…
en portugués cair, tombar…
en catalán caure…
en japonés 落ちる, つまずく…
en chino (simplificado) 跌倒,摔倒, 倒塌…
en turco yüz üstü ya da yanlamasına düşmek, boylu boyunca yere uzanmak…
en ruso падать, опрокидываться…
en chino (tradicionál) 跌倒,摔倒, 倒塌…
en italiano cadere…
en polaco przewracać się…
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