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2 Translation results for fall in Spanish

verb | noun

fall verb

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fell, has fallen, is falling, falls
caer, caerse; caer (dícese de la lluvia o de la noche), bajar (dícese de los precios), descender (dícese de la temperatura); caer (a un enemigo), rendirse
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Example sentences of
fall verb

  • An apple fell from the tree.
  • A vase fell off the shelf.
  • Rain fell from the sky.
  • the sound of the falling rain
  • She slipped and fell on the ice.
  • He fell flat on his face.
  • She was afraid that I would trip and fall.
  • He fell down the stairs.
  • One of the sailors had fallen overboard.
  • He fell back onto the bed.

Synonyms of
fall verb

fall noun

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caída; derrumbe (de rocas), aguacero (de lluvia), nevada (de nieve), bajada (de precios), disminución (de cantidades); otoño; ruina

Example sentences of
fall noun

  • Several weeks of fall remain before winter begins.
  • She went off to college in the fall.
  • When fall came he planted grass.
  • She's had several bad falls in recent years.
  • the rise and fall of the tide
  • a fall from a horse
  • a fall of three feet
  • a fall in the price of oil

Synonyms of
fall noun

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  • Fall se usa más comúnmente que autumn en inglés americano para la estación entre el verano y el invierno, mientras que en inglés británico autumn es más comúnmente usado. Fall originalmente se refería a la caída de las hojas de los árboles antes del invierno.

Phrasal verbs for fall

Related phrases for fall

Reverse translation for fall

caer  - to fall, to drop, to collapse, to hang (down) 
caerse  - to fall down 
caer  (dícese de la lluvia o de la noche) - to fall, to drop, to collapse, to hang (down) 
bajar  (dícese de los precios) - to drop, to fall, to lower, to let down, to take down, to come down, to go down, to reduce (prices), to ebb (of tides), to lower, to bow (the head), to go down, to descend 
descender  (dícese de la temperatura) - to descend, to come down, to descend, to go down, to drop, to fall, to lower, to take down, to let down 
caer  (a un enemigo) - to fall, to drop, to collapse, to hang (down) 
rendirse  - to surrender, to give up, (figurative) to throw in the towel 
caída  - fall, drop, collapse, downfall 
derrumbe  (de rocas) - collapse, fall, landslide 
aguacero  (de lluvia) - shower, downpour 
nevada  (de nieve) - snowfall 
bajada  (de precios) - descent, dip, slope, decrease, drop 
disminución  (de cantidades) - decrease, drop, fall 
otoño  - autumn, fall 
ruina  - ruin, destruction, downfall, collapse 
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