Fall+off

  • 1fall-off — fallˈ off noun A decrease • • • Main Entry: ↑fall * * * fall off UK US noun [singular] a reduction in the amount or level of something a fall off in sales Thesaurus: rates of decrease and the process of decreasingsynonym …

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  • 2fall-off — also .falling off BrE n [singular] a decrease in the level, amount, or number of something = ↑fall ≠ ↑rise fall off in ▪ a fall off in profits …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 3fall-off — UK US noun [C] ► a reduction in something such as profits, sales, etc.: a fall off in sth »The company blamed the fall off in profits on higher operating expenses …

    Financial and business terms

  • 4fall-off — fall ,off noun singular a reduction in the amount or level of something: a fall off in sales …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 5fall off — See: DROP OFF(4) …

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  • 6fall off — See: DROP OFF(4) …

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  • 7fall off — index decrease, degenerate, ebb, subside Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 8fall off — verb 1. come off (Freq. 1) This button had fallen off • Hypernyms: ↑detach, ↑come off, ↑come away • Verb Frames: Something s 2. fall heavily or suddenly; …

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  • 9fall off — phrasal verb [intransitive] Word forms fall off : present tense I/you/we/they fall off he/she/it falls off present participle falling off past tense fell off past participle fallen off if the amount, level, or value of something falls off, it… …

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  • 10fall off — UK US fall off Phrasal Verb with fall({{}}/fɔːl/ verb (fell, fallen) ► [I] to get lower in amount or level: »Orders have definitely fallen off in the past quarter …

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  • 11fall off — phr verb Fall off is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑bit, ↑number, ↑plaster, ↑sale, ↑wheel Fall off is used with these nouns as the object: ↑bicycle, ↑bike, ↑ladder, ↑motorcycle …

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  • 12ˌfall ˈoff — phrasal verb if the amount, level, or value of something falls off, it gets smaller Sales always fall off in the winter months.[/ex] …

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  • 13fall\ off — To become less popular Rappers always have to have good albums or they will fall off …

    Dictionary of american slang

  • 14fall\ off — To become less popular Rappers always have to have good albums or they will fall off …

    Dictionary of american slang

  • 15fall-off — UK / US noun [singular] a reduction in the amount or level of something a fall off in sales …

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  • 16fall-off — /ˈfɔl ɒf/ (say fawl of) noun a decline in performance, numbers, value, etc.: a fall off in sales …

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  • 17fall off — Synonyms and related words: abate, ablate, apostacize, apostatize, ascend, bank, bate, be eaten away, bolt, break away, cant, careen, carry away, cascade, cataract, change sides, climb, collapse, come apart, come down, come off, come undone, come …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 18fall off — I decrease; separate, withdraw (see separation). II (Roget s IV) v. Syn. decline, lessen, wane; see decrease 1 . III (Roget s Thesaurus II) I verb 1. To decline, as in value or quantity, very gradually: drop off, sag, slip. See INCREASE. 2. To… …

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  • 19fall off — 1) PHRASAL VERB If something falls off, it separates from the thing to which it was attached and moves towards the ground. [V P] When your exhaust falls off, you have to replace it. Syn: drop off 2) PHRASAL VERB If the degree, amount, or size of… …

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  • 20fall off — 1. Drop, be detached, drop off. 2. Withdraw, separate. 3. Decline, wane, dwindle, decay, fade, fail, wither. 4. Perish, die. 5. Backslide, apostatize, fall away. 6. Revolt, defect, become disaffected or disloyal, fall away. 7. (Naut.) Go to… …

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