English to Catalan Meaning of fall - caure

Fall :

caure, disminució, col·lapse, caiguda, degeneració, abocament, disminuir, pèrdua, destrucció, malbaratament, ruïna, fracàs, naufragi, derrota, enderrocament, començar, llançament, principi, començament, obertura, reflux, pluja, dutxa, vessar, calamarsa, ajust, classificació, definició, cita, decisió, cascada, tremuja, Linn, incidència, víctima, aparició, esdeveniment, oportunitat, dislocació, vacil·lació, escalonar, desconcert, estudiar, recitació, posta de sol, ajust de la lluna, final, primavera, Font, font, bisell, pendent, inclinació, parcialitat, subversió, paper d'alumini, batec, recessió, desgràcia, desaprovar, deriva, cataracta, relliscada, full, destil·lació, efusió, matança, tardor, caient, acabat, passat, fi, tancament, terminació, trencar, muntatge, brot, instància, desviació, desinterès, minvar, degressió

llegir, caure, estudiar, examinar detingudament, topar-se amb, ser atrapat, créixer, ser, torn, anar, aconseguir, batuda, tirar, fluir en, ser culpable, arribar, succeir, ocórrer, esdevenir, no aconseguir, disminuir, disminució, decaïment, arribar a, caure en un estat, tarifa, ser reduït a un estat, fracàs, guanyar, ser conquerit, aglomeració, estirar la pota, naufragi, perdre, aigüera, fluir, corrent, emanar, correr, ser submergit, ser carregada, capbussada, desaparèixer, reflux, saciar, calma, calmar-se, desesperació, fallar, fluix, afluixar, minvar, dutxa, plorar, caure en gotes, començar, llançament, obert, música pop, delegar en, caducar, final, ser més gran, concloure, acabar, cessar, postrat, llevar-, sortir, ensopegada, per mal camí, sorgir, pujar, despertar, escalar, condescendir, baixar, posar-se, colpejar

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Definitions of fall in English
Noun(1) the season when the leaves fall from the trees(2) a sudden drop from an upright position(3) the lapse of mankind into sinfulness because of the sin of Adam and Eve(4) a downward slope or bend(5) a lapse into sin; a loss of innocence or of chastity(6) a sudden decline in strength or number or importance(7) a movement downward(8) the act of surrendering (usually under agreed conditions(9) the time of day immediately following sunset(10) when a wrestler's shoulders are forced to the mat(11) a free and rapid descent by the force of gravity(12) a sudden sharp decrease in some quantity
Verb(1) descend in free fall under the influence of gravity(2) move downward and lower, but not necessarily all the way(3) pass suddenly and passively into a state of body or mind(4) come under, be classified or included(5) fall from clouds(6) suffer defeat, failure, or ruin(7) die, as in battle or in a hunt(8) touch or seem as if touching visually or audibly(9) be captured(10) occur at a specified time or place(11) decrease in size, extent, or range(12) yield to temptation or sin(13) lose office or power(14) to be given by assignment or distribution(15) move in a specified direction(16) be due
Examples of fall in English
(1) After the decline and fall of the Roman Empire it fell to the monasteries of Europe to preserve and pass on learning.(2) the fall of a dictator(3) she had a fall(4) The decline and fall of a mere meritocrat in a world of privilege is the theme of this novel.(5) at the corner of the massif this fall is interrupted by other heights of considerable stature(6) the house looked as if it were going to fall down at any moment(7) in October came the first thin fall of snow(8) It was the beginning of a string of battles that would culminate in the fall of Berlin nearly 3 years later.(9) you must not fall into this common error(10) However, when water level is high, the falls combine to form one gigantic fall .(11) She took her hand and with no support, purposely fell into him, causing him to fall backwards.(12) there's a sharp fall to the west here(13) Summer is the season when the promises of fall , winter and spring come due.(14) After the fall of the city, the fate of Namangani and his men is unknown.(15) a big fall in unemployment(16) the fall of communism
Related Phrases of fall
(1) fall in love ::
(2) fall asleep ::
(3) fall down ::
(4) to fall ::
(5) fall back ::
(6) fall over ::
(7) fall apart ::
(8) fall into ::
caure en
1. tumble ::
2. decline ::
3. downfall ::
4. surrender ::
5. descent ::
6. sin ::
7. waterfall ::
8. autumn ::
10. capitulation ::
11. drop ::
12. pin ::
13. drop ::
14. topple over ::
15. subside ::
16. decrease ::
17. decline ::
18. die ::
19. surrender to ::
lliurar-se a
20. occur ::
21. come ::
22. become ::
convertir-se en
24. return ::
26. fall down ::
27. hang ::
28. descend ::
29. accrue ::
30. go down ::
31. light ::
32. lessen ::
33. strike ::
1. rise ::
Different Forms
fall, falling, falls
Word Example from TV Shows
You saw my child fall from the sky.

You saw my child FALL from the sky.

Game of Thrones Season 8, Episode 4

and then it starts
to fall apart.

and then it starts to FALL apart.

Westworld Season 2, Episode 4

...and not fall in love with it?

...and not FALL in love with it?

The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 3

If the North falls, we fall.
Three days.

If the North FALLs, we FALL. Three days.

Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 7

You pushed her through the Moon Door
and watched her fall.

You pushed her through the Moon Door and watched her FALL.

Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 7

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