Definitions for fall over
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fall over, go over(verb)
fall forward and down
"The old woman went over without a sound"
To fall from an upright or standing position to a horizontal or prone position.
Of an argument, to fail to be valid.
Of a computer program or system, to crash.
The New Hacker's Dictionary
[IBM] Yet another synonym for crash or lose. ‘Fall over hard’ equates to crash and burn.
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There must've been 200 people there to welcome him, i though he was going to fall over.
It takes only passion to fall over oneself to do anything i.e. to be excessively eager to do any positive thing over & over again. Are you passionate at all?
By the end Clive and I were just shaking, we were so tired, the shower afterwards was the most incredible Zen feeling in the world. I just sat down and let the water fall over me.
The big advantage of four legged systems is that we (they) can go on one side statically stable, which means that we're (they're) moving one foot at a time, so the robot is always stable, so you could just shut down all the motors and it will not fall over. So this is something you apply in a critical situation where you have terrain that you might not know if there is obstacles or something.
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