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İngilizce - Türkçe
düşmek

Eğer uçurumdan düşmek istemiyorsanız, onun yanında durmayın. - If you don't want to fall off the cliff, don't stay near it.

Gömlek düğmen düşmek üzere. - Your shirt button is about to fall off.

dökülmek
(Fiili Deyim ) azalmak , düşmek 2- bozulmak
yüksekten düşmek
fall off a horse
attan düşmek
fall off
azalmak
fall off
ayrılmak
fall off
bozulmak
fall off
azal
fall off
çekilmek
fall off
eskisi gibi olmamak
fall off
değişmiş olmak
fall off
terketmek
fall off
damlamak
fall off
(deyim) ayrilmak,dusmek. a fall-off dusus
fall off the pier
iskeleden düşmek
fall off the wagon
(deyim) Alkole başlamak, kendini içkiye vurmak, içkiye başlamak

When her husband died, she fell off the wagon.

fall off the wagon
vagon düşmek
fall off motorbike
motordan düşmek
fall off one's chair
(deyim) çok şaşırmak
fall off one's chair
(deyim) küçük dilini yutmak
İngilizce - İngilizce
a decrease in the level, amount, or number of something = fall   rise fall-off in
fall-off analysis
A type of archaeological analysis. Finds are plotted on a map and contoured in relation to the amount of finds
fall off
To diminish in size or value

Business always falls off in the winter.

fall off
To become detached or to drop from

A button fell off my coat.

fall off
A hip hop term; to completely lose the plot in terms of artistic direction

MC ___'s new album is wack - he's fallen off big-time.

fall off a truck
Of an item of merchandise, to come into a person's possession without having been paid for; to be acquired illegally

He said he bought it at the markets but I think it fell off a truck.

fall off the back of a lorry
Of an item of merchandise, to come into a perons's possession without having been paid for; to have been acquired illegally
fall off the turnip truck
To be naive, uninformed, or unsophisticated, in the manner of a rustic person

Doesn't it strike you as funny that this city, which prides itself on its erudition and sophistication, can oftimes get suckered like a bumpkin who just fell off the turnip truck?.

fall off the wagon
To cease or fail at a regimen of self-improvement or reform; to lapse back into an old habit or addiction

Though he fell off the wagon several times, he eventually succeeded in quitting.

fall off the wagon
(deyim) Start drinking alcohol, after a period when you have drunk none

When her husband died, she fell off the wagon.

fall off
fall heavily or suddenly; decline markedly; "The real estate market fell off"
fall off
come off; "This button had fallen off"
fall off
Also bear away or bear off A boat falls off the wind when it points its bow further from the eye of the wind The opposite of heading up
fall off
A direction to the helmsman telling them to tern the boat away from the wind Use - "Fall of a bit so we can build speed"
fall off
1 To turn away from the direction of the wind; 2 To head to leeward
fall off
Describes either (1) a player losing their balance at the release and they lose their balance off to the side; (2) the act of the ball coming off your hand too quickly, resulting in a very errant or weak hitting shot; (3) gutter ball as it falls off the lane
fall off
diminish in size or intensity
fall off
Also bear away or bear off A boat falls off the wind when it points its bow further from the eye of the wind The opposite of heading up
fall off
separate, withdraw; decrease, diminish; drop off
fall off
If the degree, amount, or size of something falls off, it decreases. Unemployment is rising again and retail buying has fallen off. see also falling-off
fall off
diminish in size or intensity
fall off
If something falls off, it separates from the thing to which it was attached and moves towards the ground. When your exhaust falls off, you have to replace it. = drop off
fall off
A direction to the helmsman telling them to tern the boat away from the wind Use - "Fall of a bit so we can build speed"
fall off
Describes either (1) a player losing their balance at the release and they lose their balance off to the side; (2) the act of the ball coming off your hand too quickly, resulting in a very errant or weak hitting shot; (3) gutter ball as it falls off the lane
fall off
come off; "This button had fallen off"
fall off
fall heavily or suddenly; decline markedly; "The real estate market fell off"
fall off
1 To turn away from the direction of the wind; 2 To head to leeward
fall off
diminish in size or intensity come off; "This button had fallen off
fall off the back of a lorry
(British Slang) appear from out of nowhere (ironic expression used to indicate that something came into one's possession in an illegitimate manner, i.e. by theft)
falloff
a noticeable deterioration in performance or quality; "the team went into a slump"; "a gradual slack in output"; "a drop-off in attendance"; "a falloff in quality"
falloff
A reduction or decline
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