fall 是什么意思

fall的中文意思是: 落下

fall例句大全

  1. some fall high , some fall low, the majority of us fall in the average .

    有些高分,有些低分,大多数人都是一般分数。

  2. If the images fall to the ground, they won't fall on anybody unless they fall From one's heart.

    影像如果只是掉在地上砸不到任何人,除非它是从心尖上掉下来的。

  3. The petals fall.

    花瓣落了。

  4. To Fall For In the Case of to fall for someone or to fall in love , the word fall functions as an intransitive

    爱上例如爱上某人或坠入爱河,单词fall作为不及物动词表示一个特定的状态。

  5. I am fall behind, and I do not want to fall behind more.

    已经落后了,不想被越落越远。

  6. Fall is after summer.

    秋天就在夏天之后。

  7. Free fall lifeboat system

    自由降落救生艇系统

  8. Sometimes I fall short.

    有时候我达不到标准。

  9. I fall in again.

    我又掉了下去。

  10. After summer comes fall.

    夏天之后是秋天。

  11. (口令) Fall out!

    出列!

  12. I fall in love .

    我谈恋爱了。

  13. That's in the fall.

    那时候是秋天了。

  14. Fall apart with me?

    和我一起崩溃?

  15. (口令) Fall in!

    集合!

  16. How can you make me fall apart? Then break my fall with loving lies?

    你怎么能让我如此崩溃,却又用爱情的谎言来安慰我?

  17. October is the first official, real month of fall, and fall is not summer.

    而且这个月,十月,是第一个正式的、真正的秋季月份,而秋季不是夏季。

  18. The degree of fall was much greater than the market fall in the United States.

    下跌的程度远远大于美国市场的下跌。

  19. The fall fractured his skull.

    这一跤把他的颅骨摔裂了。

  20. Sun West fall, starry sky .

    太阳西坠,繁星满天。

  21. A headlong fall or rush.

    猛然落下或冲下。

  22. wild duck sings in fall.

    野鸭在秋天里歌唱。

  23. Fall backward onto the sand

    面朝天向后倒在沙上

  24. Fall from high false pride.

    自高堕落骄傲虚妄;

  25. This ultimately has lead to fall after fall in vibration and consciousness for Terra over time .

    这随时间最终带来了Terra意识和振动的一次又一次下跌。

  26. Never fall behind, keep up!

    不要落后,要跟上!

  27. Sherlock Holmes returns this fall.

    夏洛克福尔摩斯这个秋天又要回到屏幕了。

  28. I must not fall asleep.

    我绝对不能睡着。

  29. A headlong dive or fall.

    头朝下跳水或掉落。

  30. You'd fall through the plaster.

    你会从灰泥板上摔下去的。

  31. On Fall Colorings of Graphs

    有关图的满着色

  32. output will fall by 6 %

    产量将减少6%。

  33. You fall from the sky .

    雨从天上掉下来。

  34. He fall into a doze.

    他打起盹儿来了。

  35. will equity markets fall sharply ?

    股市将大跌?

  36. Sterling went into free fall

    英镑暴跌。

  37. Leaves die, fall, and shrivel.

    叶子凋零、飘落枯萎了。

  38. Don't fall off the Pizzas !

    不要从比萨饼上掉下来!

  39. When hemlines fall, watch out!

    当裙摆变长时,要小心了!

  40. Light drizzle began to fall.

    开始下起了一阵毛毛雨。

fall中英翻译结果
出自:柯林斯词典

1
落下;坠落;掉落
If someone or something falls, they move quickly downwards onto or towards the ground, by accident or because of a natural force.
  1. Her father fell into the sea after a massive heart attack...

    她父亲在一次严重的心脏病发作后坠入海中。

  2. Prince Charles has again fallen from his horse...

    查尔斯王子又一次从马上摔了下来。

  3. Bombs fell in the town...

    炸弹落在镇上。

  4. I ought to seal the boxes up. I don't want the books falling out...

    我应该把盒子封起来。我不想让书掉出来。

  5. Twenty people were injured by falling masonry.

    有20人被倒塌的石墙砸伤。

2
摔倒;跌倒;倒塌
If a person or structure that is standing somewhere falls, they move from their upright position, so that they are then lying on the ground.
  1. The woman gripped the shoulders of her man to stop herself from falling...

    这个女人抓住丈夫的肩膀,以免摔倒。

  2. We watched buildings fall on top of people and pets...

    我们看到一幢幢大楼倒塌,砸在人和宠物身上。

  3. He lost his balance and fell backwards.

    他失去平衡,向后倒去。

3
(雨或雪)落下,下落
When rain or snow falls, it comes down from the sky.
  1. Winds reached up to 100mph in some places with an inch of rain falling within 15 minutes.

    风力在一些地方达到了每小时 100 英里,15 分钟内降雨量达一英寸。

4
(常因疲乏)一头倒下,一下躺倒
If you fall somewhere, you allow yourself to drop there in a hurried or disorganized way, often because you are very tired.
  1. Totally exhausted, he tore his clothes off and fell into bed...

    他疲惫至极,扯下衣服,一头倒在床上。

  2. In the morning I got as far as the sofa and fell on to it.

    早晨,我只走到沙发那儿,就一下子倒在上面。

5
(数量)减少;(价值)下降;(力量)减弱
If something falls, it decreases in amount, value, or strength.
  1. Output will fall by 6%...

    产量将减少 6%。

  2. Her weight fell to under seven stones...

    她的体重减到了 7 英石以下。

  3. Between July and August, oil product prices fell 0.2 per cent...

    七八月间,石油产品价格下降了 0.2%。

  4. The number of prosecutions has stayed static and the rate of convictions has fallen.

    提起诉讼的数量持平,有罪判决率下降。

  5. ...a time of falling living standards and emerging mass unemployment.

    生活水平下降、大规模失业初露端倪的时期

6
垮台;失势
If a powerful or successful person falls, they suddenly lose their power or position.
  1. There's a danger of the government falling because it will lose its majority...

    政府将因失去其占多数的优势而有倒台的危险。

  2. The moment Mrs Thatcher fell from power has left a lasting imprint on the world's memory.

    撒切尔夫人倒台的那一刻在世人的记忆中留下了永久的印痕。

7
陷落;失守;(竞选)失利
If a place falls in a war or election, an enemy army or a different political party takes control of it.
  1. Croatian army troops retreated from northern Bosnia and the area fell to the Serbs...

    克罗地亚军队从波斯尼亚北部撤军后,该地区落入塞尔维亚人手里。

  2. With the announcement 'Paphos has fallen!' a cheer went up from the assembled soldiers.

    随着一声宣告:“帕福斯陷落啦!”,聚集在一起的士兵爆发出一阵欢呼声。

8
战死;阵亡
If someone falls in battle, they are killed.
  1. Another wave of troops followed the first, running past those who had fallen.

    又一批士兵跟着第一批士兵从阵亡者身边跑过。

9
进入,陷入(某种状态)
You can use fall to show that someone or something passes into another state. For example, if someone falls ill, they become ill, and if something falls into disrepair, it is then in a state of disrepair.
  1. It is almost impossible to visit Florida without falling in love with the state...

    去佛罗里达观光而不爱上这个州几乎不可能。

  2. 'Business to Business' was taken over by another company after it fell into debt...

    《致富》债务缠身,被另一家公司收购。

  3. I took Moira to the cinema, where she fell asleep...

    我带莫伊拉去看电影,她却在影院睡着了。

  4. Almost without exception these women fall victim to exploitation.

    这些女性几乎无一例外都受到了盘剥。

10
属于;被划分为
If you say that something or someone falls into a particular group or category, you mean that they belong in that group or category.
  1. The problems generally fall into two categories...

    问题大致分成两类。

  2. Both women fall into the highest-risk group.

    两个女人都属于高危人群。

11
(责任或责备)由…承担,由…负责
If the responsibility or blame for something falls on someone, they have to take the responsibility or the blame for it.
  1. That responsibility falls on the local office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees...

    那由联合国高级难民署的地方分部负责。

  2. A vastly disproportionate burden falls on women for child care...

    照料孩子的重担落在了女性身上。

  3. A lot of suspicion fell on her.

    众多疑点落在了她的身上。

12
(人群)变得(安静、悲哀或疲倦)
If silence or a feeling of sadness or tiredness falls on a group of people, they become silent, sad, or tired.
  1. The bus was stopped and silence fell on the passengers as the police checked identity cards.

    公交车被拦住了,警察检查身份证时,乘客们鸦雀无声。

13
(庆典或特别事件)在,适逢(某日)
If a celebration or other special event falls on a particular day or date, it happens to be on that day or date.
  1. ...the oddly named Quasimodo Sunday which falls on the first Sunday after Easter.

    适逢复活节后第一个星期天的名字古怪的“卸白衣主日”

14
(光)射向;(影子)投在
When light or shadow falls on something, it covers it.
  1. Nancy, out of the corner of her eye, saw the shadow that suddenly fell across the doorway.

    南希从眼角的余光里看见突然有个影子落在门道上。

15
(头发或衣服)垂坠,下垂
If someone's hair or a garment falls in a certain way, it hangs downwards in that way.
  1. ...a slender boy with black hair falling across his forehead.

    一个身材颀长的男孩儿,黑发垂在额上

16
(目光)落在…上;注意到
If you say that someone's eyes fell on something, you mean they suddenly noticed it.
  1. As he laid the flowers on the table, his eye fell upon a note in Grace's handwriting.

    他把花放在桌上时,目光落在一张写有格雷斯笔迹的字条上。

17
(夜晚或黑暗)降临,来临
When night or darkness falls, night begins and it becomes dark.
  1. As darkness fell outside, they sat down to eat at long tables.

    屋外夜幕降临,他们坐到长桌旁开始吃饭。

18
瀑布
You can refer to a waterfall as the falls .
  1. ...panoramic views of the falls.

    瀑布的全景

  2. ...Niagara Falls.

    尼亚加拉瀑布

19
秋季;秋天
Fall is the season between summer and winter when the weather becomes cooler.
  1. He was elected judge in the fall of 1991...

    1991 年秋他当选为法官。

  2. The Supreme Court will not hear the case until next fall.

    最高法院将于明年秋开始审理此案。

20
人类堕落(基督教中指亚当、夏娃违反戒律,被上帝逐出伊甸园)
In the Christian religion, the Fall was the occasion when Adam and Eve sinned and God made them leave the Garden of Eden.
21
(摔跤中)双肩着地;(柔道中)体落
In some sports such as judo and wrestling, a fall is the act of throwing or forcing your opponent to the floor.
22
(板球中,三柱门)失陷(指击球员出局)
In cricket, when a wicket falls, the team who are fielding get one of the batsmen out.
  1. The last seven wickets fell for ten runs.

    最后 7 次三柱门失陷得了10分。

23
偶然打开;意外开启
If something falls open, it opens accidentally.
  1. By chance the book beside him fell open to St. Paul's warning to the Romans...

    他身旁的书偶然翻开到写着圣保罗对罗马人的告诫那页。

  2. The basket that she was carrying fell open.

    她提着的篮子忽然打开了。

24
卖力;煞费苦心;不遗余力
If you say that people are falling over themselves to do something, you mean that they are very enthusiastic about doing it, and often that you disapprove of this.
  1. Within days of his death those same people were falling over themselves to denounce him.

    他尸骨未寒,还是那些人又大肆谴责起他来。

25
fall to pieces (英国英语中作 fall to bits) 同 fall apart
To fall to pieces, or in British English to fall to bits, means the same as to fall apart .
  1. At that point the radio handset fell to pieces.

    就在那一刻,无线电遥控器摔得粉碎。

26
散架;垮掉;摔碎
If something falls apart, it breaks into pieces because it is old or badly made.
  1. The work was never finished and bit by bit the building fell apart.

    工程一直没有完工,于是楼一点点地坍塌了。

27
(机构或体系)解散,瓦解
If an organization or system falls apart, it becomes disorganized or unable to work effectively, or breaks up into its different parts.
  1. Europe's monetary system is falling apart...

    欧洲货币体系正在走向瓦解。

  2. I've tried everything to stop our marriage falling apart.

    我已竭尽所能去维系我们的婚姻。

28
(情感上)崩溃,垮掉
If you say that someone is falling apart, you mean that they are becoming emotionally disturbed and are unable to think calmly or to deal with the difficult or unpleasant situation that they are in.
  1. I was falling apart. I wasn't getting any sleep.

    我要崩溃了,我一直都没合眼。

29
脱落;分离
If something falls away from the thing it is attached to, it breaks off.
  1. Officials say that one or two engines fell away from the plane shortly after takeoff.

    官员们说飞机起飞后不久就有一两台引擎脱落了。

30
(地面自某处)向下倾斜
If you say that land falls away, you mean it slopes downwards from a particular point.
  1. On either side of the tracks the ground fell away sharply.

    跑道两侧都是很陡的斜坡。

31
(程度)降低,减弱;(数量、规模)减少,减小
If the degree, amount, or size of something falls away, it decreases.
  1. His coalition may hold a clear majority but this could quickly fall away...

    他的联盟也许会占绝对多数,但这种优势可能会很快丧失。

  2. Demand began to fall away.

    需求开始减少。

32
略微退后;稍稍后退
If you fall back, you move backwards a short distance away from someone or something.
  1. He fell back in embarrassment when he saw that Ross had no hair at all...

    看见罗斯的光头,他尴尬地后退了几步。

  2. The congregation fell back from them slightly as they entered.

    教堂会众在他们进来时稍稍往后退了退。

33
(军队)撤退,后撤
If an army falls back during a battle or war, it withdraws.
  1. The Prussian garrison at Charleroi was falling back.

    普鲁士驻沙勒罗瓦的部队正在撤退。

34
落后;跟不上
If you fall behind, you do not make progress or move forward as fast as other people.
  1. Evans had rheumatic fever, missed school and fell behind...

    伊万斯得了风湿热,没去上课,功课也落下了。

  2. Boris is falling behind all the top players.

    鲍里斯落后于所有顶级选手。

35
(使)不能按时完成(或交付)
If you fall behind with something or let it fall behind, you do not do it or produce it when you should, according to an agreement or schedule.
  1. He faces losing his home after falling behind with the payments...

    他没能按时付款,面临着失去房子的危险。

  2. Thousands of people could die because the relief effort has fallen so far behind...

    因救援工作远远没有跟上,数千人可能面临死亡。

  3. Construction work fell behind schedule.

    建筑进度落后于工期。

36
(在…上)薄弱,不尽如人意
If an argument, organization, or person falls down on a particular point, they are weak or unsatisfactory on that point.
  1. Service was outstandingly friendly and efficient, falling down on only one detail...

    服务态度极佳,效率也蛮高,仅在一个小地方不尽人意。

  2. That is where his argument falls down.

    这是他论点的薄弱之处。

37
迷恋;爱上
If you fall for someone, you are strongly attracted to them and start loving them.
  1. He was fantastically handsome — I just fell for him right away.

    他帅极了——我一下子就爱上了他。

38
上…的当;受…的骗;对…信以为真
If you fall for a lie or trick, you believe it or are deceived by it.
  1. It was just a line to get you out here, and you fell for it!

    那不过是为了骗你到这儿来的一句谎言,你居然信了!

  2. I told him I would think about it and asked for his telephone number. He didn't fall for that one.

    我告诉他我会考虑,然后跟他要电话号码。他并没有上当。

39
(屋顶、天花板)塌陷,坍塌
If a roof or ceiling falls in, it collapses and falls to the ground.
  1. Part of my bedroom ceiling has fallen in.

    我卧室的天花板有些地方塌下来了。

40
走在…的后面(或身边)
If you fall in behind or beside someone who is walking along, you start walking behind them or beside them.
  1. Prentice saw Goss fall in behind the informer.

    普伦蒂斯看见戈斯走在密探身后。

41
赞成,接受(思想、计划、体系)
If you fall in with an idea, plan, or system, you accept it and do not try to change it.
  1. Carmen's reluctance to fall in with Driver's plans led to trouble.

    卡门不愿接受德赖弗的计划,由此引来了麻烦。

42
与…来往密切
If you fall in with someone, you become friends with them and start seeing them a lot.
  1. At university, Taylor had fallen in with a small clique of literature students.

    在大学里,泰勒曾经频繁参与一个文学小团体的活动。

43
(从接合处)脱落,掉落
If something falls off, it separates from the thing to which it was attached and moves towards the ground.
  1. When your exhaust falls off, you have to replace it.

    如果你的排气管脱落,应将其更换。

44
(程度)降低,减弱;(数量、规模)减少
If the degree, amount, or size of something falls off, it decreases.
  1. Unemployment is rising again and retail buying has fallen off.

    失业率再次上升,零售品购买量下降。

45
(头发、牙齿)掉落,脱落
If something such as a person's hair or a tooth falls out, it comes out.
  1. Her hair started falling out as a result of radiation treatment.

    由于放疗,她开始掉头发。

46
(与…)争吵,失和
If you fall out with someone, you have an argument and stop being friendly with them. You can also say that two people fall out .
  1. She fell out with her husband...

    她与丈夫闹翻了。

  2. Mum and I used to fall out a lot.

    我和妈妈过去经常争吵。

47
(责任、职责、机会)落到…的头上;应由…做
If a responsibility, duty, or opportunity falls to someone, it becomes their responsibility, duty, or opportunity.
  1. He's been very unlucky that no chances have fallen to him.

    他很不走运,机会一次也没有落到他头上。

  2. It fell to me to get rid of them.

    由我来负责摆脱他们。

48
开始(做…)
If someone falls to doing something, they start doing it.
  1. When she had departed, they fell to fighting among themselves.

    她走后,他们便互相打了起来。

fall用法示例
出自:牛津词典

1
落下
drop down
2
落下;下落;掉落;跌落
to drop down from a higher level to a lower level
3
这些书有几本掉到了地上。
Several of the books had fallen onto the floor.
4
小孩中有一个掉进了河里。
One of the kids fell into the river.
5
抽屉的拉手掉了。
The handle had fallen off the drawer.
6
已到九月了,树叶开始凋落。
September had come and the leaves were starting to fall.
7
他掉到下面20米处的岩石上。
He fell 20 metres onto the rocks below.
8
雨不停地下着。
The rain was falling steadily.
9
他们被落石砸伤了。
They were injured by falling rocks.
10
倒下
stop standing
11
突然倒下;跌倒;倒塌
to suddenly stop standing
12
她在冰上滑了一跤。
She slipped on the ice and fell.
13
我摔倒了,划破了膝盖。
I fell over and cut my knee.
14
房子看起来好像就要倒塌似的。
The house looked as if it was about to fall down.
15
毛发;材料
of hair/material
16
下垂;低垂
to hang down
17
她的鬈发披肩。
Her hair fell over her shoulders in a mass of curls.
18
向下倾斜
slope downwards
19
向下倾斜
to slope downwards
20
地势向河边陡然倾斜。
The land falls away sharply towards the river.
21
减少
decrease
22
(数量)减少,下降;(强度)减小
to decrease in amount, number or strength
23
他们的利润减少了30%。
Their profits have fallen by 30 per cent.
24
今天股票市场价格继续下跌。
Prices continued to fall on the stock market today.
25
夜间温度陡降。
The temperature fell sharply in the night.
26
下降的出生率
falling birth rates
27
她的声音变小,成了耳语。
Her voice fell to a whisper.
28
股价降低了30便士。
Share prices fell 30p.
29
被打败
be defeated
30
被打败;沦陷;失守
to be defeated or captured
31
政变虽然流产,但是不久以后政府便垮台了。
The coup failed but the government fell shortly afterwards.
32
特洛伊城最终被希腊人攻陷。
Troy finally fell to the Greeks.
33
阵亡
die in battle
34
阵亡;被击毙
to die in battle; to be shot
35
两次世界大战阵亡将士纪念碑
a memorial to those who fell in the two world wars
36
变成
become
37
进入(某状态);开始变成(某事物)
to pass into a particular state; to begin to be sth
38
他在沙发上睡着了。
He had fallen asleep on the sofa.
39
书翻开在有插图的那一页。
The book fell open at a page of illustrations.
40
整个房间都变得静悄悄的。
The room had fallen silent.
41
不久后她就病倒了,而且未能痊愈。
She fell ill soon after and did not recover.
42
在火车上我和一个男人攀谈起来。
I had fallen into conversation with a man on the train.
43
这栋房子已年久失修。
The house had fallen into disrepair.
44
她清楚她绝不可以被他迷住。
She knew she must not fall prey to his charm.
45
发生
happen/occur
46
突然来到;突然出现
to come quickly and suddenly
47
突然一片鸦雀无声。
A sudden silence fell.
48
在热带地区夜幕降临迅速。
Darkness falls quickly in the tropics.
49
客人们即时安静了下来,期待着将要发生的事。
An expectant hush fell on the guests.
50
发生
to happen or take place
51
今年我的生日适逢星期一。
My birthday falls on a Monday this year.
52
(向某方向)移动;落(在某位置上)
to move in a particular direction or come in a particular position
53
我突然见到了一样奇怪的东西。
My eye fell on (= I suddenly saw) a curious object.
54
重音在哪个音节?
Which syllable does the stress fall on?
55
一片阴影掠过她的脸庞。
A shadow fell across her face.
56
属于群体
belong to group
57
属于(某类、群体、责任范围)
to belong to a particular class, group or area of responsibility
58
400多个职员中只有7人属于这一类。
Out of over 400 staff there are just 7 that fall into this category.
59
这个案件不属于我的管辖范围。
This case falls outside my jurisdiction.
60
这一项属于科研类目。
This falls under the heading of scientific research.
61
含fall的习语,都可在该等习语中的名词及形容词相关词条找到,如fall by the wayside在词条wayside下。
Idioms containing fall are at the entries for the nouns and adjectives in the idioms, for example fall by the wayside is at wayside .
62
捧腹大笑;笑得前仰后合
to laugh a lot
63
我们都笑得前仰后合。
We all fell about laughing.
64
破碎;破裂
to be in very bad condition so that parts are breaking off
65
我的汽车要散架了。
My car is falling apart.
66
破裂;崩溃
to have so many problems that it is no longer possible to exist or function
67
他们的婚姻终于破裂了。
Their marriage finally fell apart.
68
我们在价格上未能达成一致意见,生意吹了。
The deal fell apart when we failed to agree on a price.
69
减少;减小;消失;消散
to become gradually fewer or smaller; to disappear
70
随着他的名望下降,他的支持者渐渐离他而去。
His supporters fell away as his popularity declined.
71
他们产品的市场几乎萎缩到零。
The market for their products fell away to almost nothing.
72
我们的一切疑虑都烟消云散。
All our doubts fell away.
73
随着我们离城市越来越远,房屋也逐渐在视线中消失了。
The houses fell away as we left the city.
74
后退;撤退;退却
to move or turn back
75
我军部队挺进,敌军向后撤退。
The enemy fell back as our troops advanced.
76
(价值)降低;(数量)减少
to decrease in value or amount
77
求助于;借助于;转而依靠
to go to sb for support; to have sth to use when you are in difficulty
78
我在银行还有一点钱,需要时可以动用。
I have a little money in the bank to fall back on.
79
她以她惯用的办法推说没有时间。
She fell back on her usual excuse of having no time.
80
落后;落在…后面
to fail to keep level with sb/sth
81
她很快就落在领先者的后面。
She soon fell behind the leaders.
82
拖欠(付款);没有及时做
to not pay or do sth at the right time
83
他们拖欠了按揭还款。
They had fallen behind with their mortgage repayments.
84
他又没有按时做学校作业。
He's fallen behind with his school work again.
85
不实;不能令人满意;不够好
to be shown to be not true or not good enough
86
这就是该理论的不足之处。
And that's where the theory falls down.
87
爱上;倾心于
to be strongly attracted to sb; to fall in love with sb
88
他俩一见钟情。
They fell for each other instantly.
89
信以为真
to be tricked into believing sth that is not true
90
我感到惊奇,你竟中了那个诡计。
I'm surprised you fell for that trick.
91
集合;列队
if soldiers fall in , they form lines
92
中士命令士兵集合。
The sergeant ordered his men to fall in.
93
同意;赞成
to agree to sth
94
她立刻同意了我的主意。
She fell in with my idea at once.
95
可以分为;能够分成
to be able to be divided into sth
96
我的谈话可以自然分成三个部分。
My talk falls naturally into three parts.
97
数量减少;质量下降
to decrease in quantity or quality
98
听我讲课的学生大大减少了。
Attendance at my lectures has fallen off considerably.
99
袭击;向…进攻;扑向;抓住
to attack or take hold of sb/sth with a lot of energy and enthusiasm
100
他们用棍棒袭击他。
They fell on him with sticks.
101
孩子们扑向食物,狼吞虎咽地吃起来。
The children fell on the food and ate it greedily.
102
(责任)落在…身上;由…负担
to be the responsibility of sb
103
整个婚礼费用由我们负担了。
The full cost of the wedding fell on us.
104
掉落;脱落
to become loose and drop
105
他的头发在脱落。
His hair is falling out.
106
原地解散;离开队列
if soldiers fall out , they leave their lines and move away
107
(与某人)吵翻,闹翻
to have an argument with sb so that you are no longer friendly with them
108
计算机或程序
of a computer or program
109
(突然)发生故障,不运转,死机
to stop working suddenly
110
我的电子制表软件不断出故障。
My spreadsheet keeps falling over.
111
被…绊倒;几乎被…绊倒
to hit your foot against sth when you are walking and fall, or almost fall
112
我冲向门口,在过道被猫绊了一跤。
I rushed for the door and fell over the cat in the hallway.
113
特别卖力;迫不及待;煞费苦心;不遗余力
to try very hard or want very much to do sth
114
他尽力对我友好。
He was falling over himself to be nice to me.
115
落空;失败;成为泡影
to not be completed, or not happen
116
我们的计划由于缺钱而落空了。
Our plans fell through because of lack of money.
117
(职责、责任)落在…身上;应由…做
to become the duty or responsibility of sb
118
他的搭档走了以后,工作现在全落在他的身上。
With his partner away, all the work now fell to him.
119
把她儿子死讯通知她的差事落在了我的头上。
It fell to me to inform her of her son's death.
120
开始做;干起来
to begin to do sth
121
她开始愤愤地思忖着自己的遭遇。
She fell to brooding about what had happened to her.
122
落下
act of falling
123
落下;下落;跌落;掉落
an act of falling
124
我重重地跌了一跤,摔断了手臂。
I had a bad fall and broke my arm.
125
她从马背上掉下来摔死了。
She was killed in a fall from a horse.
126
雪;岩石
of snow/rocks
127
(雪、岩石等的)降落
an amount of snow, rocks, etc. that falls or has fallen
128
一场大雪
a heavy fall of snow
129
岩崩
a rock fall
130
下落;发生
way sth falls/happens
131
下落;发生
the way in which sth falls or happens
132
骰子的掷出
the fall of the dice
133
她那垂泻的黑发
the dark fall of her hair (= the way her hair hangs down)
134
of water
135
尤用于名称
especially in names
136
瀑布
a large amount of water falling down from a height
137
上游瀑布一带盛产鲑鱼。
The falls upstream are full of salmon.
138
尼亚加拉瀑布
Niagara Falls
139
autumn
140
在 2005 年的秋天
in the fall of 2005
141
去年秋天
last fall
142
秋季天气
fall weather
143
减少
decrease
144
(大小)减小;(数量)减少;(比率、水平)降低
a decrease in size, number, rate or level
145
利润的骤降
a steep fall in profits
146
失业人数的大大减少
a big fall in unemployment
147
失败
defeat
148
(政权的)垮台;(经济的)崩溃;(城市、国家的)沦陷,灭亡
a loss of political, economic, etc. power or success; the loss or defeat of a city, country, etc. in war
149
罗马帝国的灭亡
the fall of the Roman Empire
150
英国工业的兴衰
the rise and fall of British industry
151
柏林的沦陷
the fall of Berlin
152
丧失尊敬
loss of respect
153
(威信的)骤降
a situation in which a person, an organization, etc. loses the respect of other people because they have done sth wrong
154
电视布道者威信的遽降
the TV preacher's spectacular fall from grace
155
《圣经》
in Bible
156
人类堕落(指亚当和夏娃违背上帝意旨而被迫离开伊甸园)
the occasion when Adam and Eve did not obey God and had to leave the Garden of Eden
157
缓和某人的跌势;防止某人跌得很重
to stop sb from falling onto sth hard
158
幸亏有灌木接着,他摔得不重。
Luckily, a bush broke his fall.
159
骄傲使人失败
if you have too high an opinion of yourself or your abilities, sth will happen to make you look stupid
160
做事莽撞;做招致风险的事
to be doing sth that involves risks and that may end in disaster
fall英语释义
出自:WordNet

1
the act of surrendering (usually under agreed conditions)
例子:
  1. they were protected until the capitulation of the fort

近义词: capitulation,surrender

2
a sudden drop from an upright position
例子:
  1. he had a nasty spill on the ice

近义词: spill,tumble

3
a lapse into sin;a loss of innocence or of chastity
例子:
  1. a fall from virtue
4
a sudden sharp decrease in some quantity
例子:
  1. a drop of 57 points on the Dow Jones index
  2. there was a drop in pressure in the pulmonary artery
  3. a dip in prices
  4. when that became known the price of their stock went into free fall

近义词: drop,dip,free fall

5
a free and rapid descent by the force of gravity
例子:
  1. it was a miracle that he survived the drop from that height

近义词: drop

6
a movement downward
例子:
  1. the rise and fall of the tides
7
a sudden decline in strength or number or importance
例子:
  1. the fall of the House of Hapsburg

近义词: downfall

8
when a wrestler's shoulders are forced to the mat

近义词: pin

9
a downward slope or bend

近义词: descent,declivity,decline,declination,declension,downslope

10
the time of day immediately following sunset
例子:
  1. he loved the twilight
  2. they finished before the fall of night

近义词: twilight,dusk,gloaming,gloam,nightfall,evenfall,crepuscule,crepuscle

11
the season when the leaves fall from the trees
例子:
  1. in the fall of 1973

近义词: autumn

12
pass suddenly and passively into a state of body or mind
例子:
  1. fall into a trap
  2. She fell ill
  3. They fell out of favor
  4. Fall in love
  5. fall asleep
  6. fall prey to an imposter
  7. fall into a strange way of thinking
  8. she fell to pieces after she lost her work
13
decrease in size, extent, or range
例子:
  1. The amount of homework decreased towards the end of the semester
  2. The cabin pressure fell dramatically
  3. her weight fell to under a hundred pounds
  4. his voice fell to a whisper

近义词: decrease,diminish,lessen

14
come as if by falling
例子:
  1. Night fell
  2. Silence fell

近义词: descend,settle

15
go as if by falling
例子:
  1. Grief fell from our hearts
16
occur at a specified time or place
例子:
  1. Christmas falls on a Monday this year
  2. The accent falls on the first syllable
17
begin vigorously
例子:
  1. The prisoners fell to work right away
18
be born, used chiefly of lambs
例子:
  1. The lambs fell in the afternoon
19
come out;issue
例子:
  1. silly phrases fell from her mouth
20
be cast down
例子:
  1. his eyes fell
21
assume a disappointed or sad expression
例子:
  1. Her face fell when she heard that she would be laid off
  2. his crest fell
22
fall or flow in a certain way
例子:
  1. This dress hangs well
  2. Her long black hair flowed down her back

近义词: hang,flow

23
move downward and lower, but not necessarily all the way
例子:
  1. The temperature is going down
  2. The barometer is falling
  3. The curtain fell on the diva
  4. Her hand went up and then fell again

近义词: descend,go down,come down

24
descend in free fall under the influence of gravity
例子:
  1. The branch fell from the tree
  2. The unfortunate hiker fell into a crevasse
25
drop oneself to a lower or less erect position
例子:
  1. She fell back in her chair
  2. He fell to his knees
26
lose an upright position suddenly
例子:
  1. The vase fell over and the water spilled onto the table
  2. Her hair fell across her forehead

近义词: fall down

27
slope downward
例子:
  1. The hills around here fall towards the ocean
28
move in a specified direction
例子:
  1. The line of men fall forward
29
be inherited by
例子:
  1. The estate fell to my sister
  2. The land returned to the family
  3. The estate devolved to an heir that everybody had assumed to be dead

近义词: return,pass,devolve

30
fall to somebody by assignment or lot
例子:
  1. The task fell to me
  2. It fell to me to notify the parents of the victims

近义词: light

31
come into the possession of
例子:
  1. The house accrued to the oldest son

近义词: accrue

32
be captured
例子:
  1. The cities fell to the enemy
33
to be given by assignment or distribution
例子:
  1. The most difficult task fell on the youngest member of the team
  2. The onus fell on us
  3. The pressure to succeed fell on the youngest student
34
to be given by right or inheritance
例子:
  1. The estate fell to the oldest daughter
35
lose office or power
例子:
  1. The government fell overnight
  2. The Qing Dynasty fell with Sun Yat-sen
36
suffer defeat, failure, or ruin
例子:
  1. We must stand or fall
  2. fall by the wayside
37
yield to temptation or sin
例子:
  1. Adam and Eve fell
38
lose one's chastity
例子:
  1. a fallen woman
39
touch or seem as if touching visually or audibly
例子:
  1. Light fell on her face
  2. The sun shone on the fields
  3. The light struck the golden necklace
  4. A strange sound struck my ears

近义词: shine,strike

40
die, as in battle or in a hunt
例子:
  1. Many soldiers fell at Verdun
  2. Several deer have fallen to the same gun
  3. The shooting victim fell dead
41
be due
例子:
  1. payments fall on the 1st of the month
42
come under, be classified or included
例子:
  1. fall into a category
  2. This comes under a new heading

近义词: come

43
fall from clouds
例子:
  1. rain, snow and sleet were falling
  2. Vesuvius precipitated its fiery, destructive rage on Herculaneum

近义词: precipitate,come down