fall back on

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Englisch - Türkisch
(Fiili Deyim ) -e başvurmak

İşimi kaybedersem tasarruflarıma başvurabilirim. - I can fall back on my savings if I lose my job.

Birçok aile savaş sırasında tasarruflarını kaybetmişlerdi ve başvuracakları hiçbir şeyleri yoktu. - Many families had lost their savings during the war and had nothing to fall back on.

yardım için başvurmak
Güvenilecek bir kimseye/yere başvurmak
müracaat etmek
(güvenilecek bir kimseye/yere) başvurmak
(deyim) fall back on someone/sth. bir kimseye veya bir yere yardim icin bas vurmak;yedekteki bir seyi kullanmak
el atmak
fall on
-e hücum etmek, -e saldırmak. This month the twentieth fell on a Friday. Bu ayın yirmisi cumaya rastladı
fall on
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- hücum etmek , saldırmak 2- üzerine inmek , çökmek
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hücum etmek
fall on
vahşice saldırmak
fall on
1. beklenmedik anda saldırmak. 2. (birinin gözleri) bir yöne çevrilmek. 3. -e düşmek, rastlamak
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Englisch - Englisch
To turn to as a substitute

So I fell back on the simple methods of the plainsman and Indian and jogged along on their trail.

have recourse to, rely on
If you fall back on something, you do it or use it after other things have failed. Unable to defeat him by logical discussion, she fell back on her old habit of criticizing his speech When necessary, instinct is the most reliable resource you can fall back on
fall on
To experience; to suffer; to fall upon

With the rise of the Internet, some media fell on hard times.

fall on
If you fall on something when it arrives or appears, you eagerly seize it or welcome it. They fell on the sandwiches with alacrity
fall on
assault, attack; devour, attack (food)
fall on
if a duty or job falls on someone, they are responsible for doing it: The responsibility usually falls on the mother
fall on
1. attack fiercely or unexpectedly. 2. (of someone's eyes) be directed towards. 3. to meet with: "fell on hard times"
fall on
literary to suddenly attack or get hold of someone: Some of the older boys fell on him and broke his glasses
fall on
literary to eagerly start eating or using something: She fell on the food as if she hadn’t eaten for days
fall back on


    Fall back on

    Türkische aussprache

    fôl bäk ôn


    /ˈfôl ˈbak ˈôn/ /ˈfɔːl ˈbæk ˈɔːn/


    [ 'fol ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English feallan; akin to Old High German fallan to fall and perhaps to Lithuanian pulti.


    ... And we have today something to fall back on and look and ...

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