fall\ off


fall\ off
1. I
1) the book (a plate, smb.'s hat, etc.) fell off книга и т.д. упала /свалилась/; all the leaves have fallen off все листья опали; his hair is falling off у него выпадают /лезут/ волосы
2) his supporters are falling off число его последователей все уменьшается; his appetite fell off у него испортился аппетит; business (the quality of broadcast programmes, etc.) is falling off дела и т.д. ухудшаются; trade is falling .off торговля становится менее активной; his talent is falling off его талант угасает; you must not allow your work to fall off вы не должны допускать, чтобы качество вашей работы становилось хуже
2. II
fall off in some manner fall off considerably (badly, greatly, sharply, etc.) значительно и т.д. уменьшаться; the last act of this play falls off considerably последний акт пьесы значительно слабее /хуже/; most members fell off one by one большинство членов ушли /вышли из организации/; fall off at some time circulation (the demand, interest, etc.) has been falling off lately в последнее время тираж и т.д. упал;
3. III
fall off smth. the arrow fell off the mark стрела пролетела мимо цели; the ship fell off her course корабль сбился с курса
4. XVI
1) fall off by smth. words fall off by disuse слова исчезают, когда они перестают употребляться; fall off in smth. fall off in number сокращаться количественно
2) fall off from smth. the vessel fell off from its course судно отклонилось от курса

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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  • fall-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 …   Useful english dictionary

  • fall-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

  • fall-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

  • fall off — See: DROP OFF(4) …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • fall off — See: DROP OFF(4) …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • fall-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

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

  • fall 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; …   Useful english dictionary

  • fall 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… …   English dictionary

  • fall 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 …   Financial and business terms

  • fall 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 …   Collocations dictionary

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