fall upon

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English - Turkish
-e saldırmak
1. beklenmedik anda saldırmak. 2. (birinin gözleri) bir yöne çevrilmek. 3. -e düşmek, rastlamak
(Dilbilim) rastlamak
fall back upon
müracaat etmek
fall back upon
el atmak
fall back upon
(çare olarak) -e başvurmak
fall back upon
attack, storm, fall upon; rape
üzerine saldırı, fırtına, sonbahar; tecavüz
fall back upon a thing
fall back upon a thing
English - English
To fall on; to experience; to suffer

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

find unexpectedly; "the archeologists chanced upon an old tomb"; "she struck a goldmine"; "The hikers finally struck the main path to the lake
assault, attack; meet with, experience (hard times, etc.); come across, run into
literary to suddenly attack or get hold of someone: Some of the older boys fell on him and broke his glasses
literary to eagerly start eating or using something: She fell on the food as if she hadn’t eaten for days
1. attack fiercely or unexpectedly. 2. (of someone's eyes) be directed towards. 3. meet with: "fell on hard times"
if a duty or job falls on someone, they are responsible for doing it: The responsibility usually falls on the mother
fall back upon
To fall back on
fall back upon
turn to for help
fall upon


    Fall up·on

    Turkish pronunciation

    fôl ıpän


    /ˈfôl əˈpän/ /ˈfɔːl əˈpɑːn/


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


    ... at the beginning of the fall upon leaving her opulence large plane ...

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