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Dictionary Spanish English: Fall

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NOUN   a fall | falls
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VERB  to fall | fell | fallen ... 
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caer
21
to fall
caerse
5
to fall
Unverified dar alguien el azotón [locución] [mex.]to fall
Nouns
caída {f}
2
fall
econ. fin. desplome {m}fall
otoñada {f} [estación]fall [Am.]
otoño {m}fall [Am.]
2 Words
venirse abajo [fig.] [col.] [colapsarse emocionalmente]to fall apart [fig.] [coll.] [collapse emotionally]
adormecerse [empezar a dormirse]to fall asleep
dormirseto fall asleep
quedarse dormidoto fall asleep
quedarse rezagadoto fall behind
rezagarse [quedarse atrás]to fall behind [idiom]
pillarse por algn [col.] [locución]to fall for sb. [coll.] [idiom]
enmudecerto fall silent
irse al traste [loc.]to fall through [idiom]
competer a algnto fall to sb. [be the responsibiity of]
3 Words
picar el anzuelo [col.] [locución] [caer en la trampa]to fall for it [idiom] [take the bait, fall into the trap]
enamorarseto fall in love
caer en el olvido [locución]to fall into oblivion [idiom]
4 Words
enamorarse de algnto fall in love with sb.
caer de rodillasto fall to one's knees
5+ Words
proverb. Camarón que se duerme se lo lleva la corriente.Don't fall asleep at the wheel.
proverb. A palabras necias, oídos sordos.Harsh words fall on deaf ears.
enamoradizo {adj}inclined to fall in love
¡El otoño es mi estación favorita!The fall is my favorite season! [Am.]
caerse de morros [col.]to fall flat on one's face
darse de bruces [locución]to fall flat on one's face
caer de bruces [locución]to fall flat on one's face [idiom]
Fiction (Literature and Film)
lit. F Todo se desmoronaThings Fall Apart [Chinua Achebe]
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