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fall off

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. fall offverb

    come off

    "This button had fallen off"

  2. slump, fall off, sinkverb

    fall heavily or suddenly; decline markedly

    "The real estate market fell off"

  3. fall off, fall awayverb

    diminish in size or intensity

Wiktionary

  1. fall offverb

    To become detached or to drop from.

  2. fall offverb

    To diminish in size, value etc.

ChatGPT

  1. fall off

    To fall off generally refers to a decrease or reduction in amount, quality, or intensity, often after a peak period. It can also refer to someone or something physically falling or moving from a higher to a lower position or level. Additionally, it can mean a decline in someone's interest, performance or commitment, or to gradually become detached or separated from an object or place.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of fall off in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of fall off in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

Examples of fall off in a Sentence

  1. Kaitlyn Weber:

    In terms of fall foliage, drought can cause the leaves to change colors earlier, but they may also die and fall off earlier, prolonged and more extreme drought can cause physical damage to trees such as root loss, slowed growth, and makes it harder for trees to protect themselves against pests and disease.

  2. Todd Sherwood:

    I’m more worried about whether I’m going to fall off my paddleboard on an Alaska glacier lake this summer, and I’m not all that worried about that.

  3. The Sunshine Coast dog trainer:

    When you are surfing with the dogs they are allowed to look around but they have to sit on the board and not move, or we fall off and get wet, training dogs for everyday life is the same.

  4. Maggie Castro:

    They’re not big pieces. Pieces are crumbled, and they’re being held together by the rebar that’s part of the construction. So if we try to lift that piece, even as carefully, those pieces that are crumbling can fall off the sides and disturb the pile.

  5. Ashiqul Alam:

    Lets say we are in an attack, right, say that my glasses fall off. What if I accidentally shoot you? You know what I mean? imagine what the news channel would call me, the Looney Tunes Terrorist or the Blind Terrorist.


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