fallverb

  • ja落ちる、落下する
  • ento go down or to drop

Examples

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Ow, ow, ow.
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Hi.
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My friend here was taking down our Christmas lights and she fell off the balcony,
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and may have broken her foot or ankle or something.
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My God, you still have your Christmas lights up?
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Oh. Whoa! Ah!
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Oh, that's good.
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That one's cute.
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I fell down a mountain.
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1.
I'm not a professional stunt girl.
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I don't know how to fall off a chair and make it look real.
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And what if—
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Well, well, well.
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I hear you don't like answering questions, Marcos.
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That's fine by me 'cause I'm not asking.
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Ooh, handle fell off. I'll just grab that.
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Nope.
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So looks like we're locked in.
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That's bad news for you 'cause you're trapped in here with a psycho.
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I also have fallen into the fountain at the Steamtown Mall.
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You fell into a second fountain.
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Can you kick me out of the meeting now?
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Go. Go.
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Starting today, teasing will no longer be tolerated.
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This might not be the time to tell you, but both my parents died falling out of lighthouses.
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Separate incidents!
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Oh, man, I have so many questions, but for now, just follow my lead, okay?
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Okay.
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Take small little baby steps, like this.
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You're not moving!
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I'm not?
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Oh, uh-oh.
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This is bad.
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Okay, fun is fun, but I must insist that we now focus on the TV.
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That thing can’t stay in here.
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It could fall on the baby.
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Maybe it should fall on the baby.
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Try one of these.
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And the trick with this is you want it to get ⁠— Uh-oh.
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See that's what happens.
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So you gotta find the perfect time where it's super soft but won't fall or break, so.
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That was a perfect dip.
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Yeah, it's not the best thing in the world.
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If we watch this kind of close, it looks like it goes away.
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It's not back on your shoulder.
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It falls out of the air, lands right back in the hand.
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Did you see it go?
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Yeah, it's funny. We've got a little guy.
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He's union, he works up there all day.
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If I do it slowly it goes straight away, it lands down by your pocket.
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I believe — Is it in this pocket, sir?
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No, don't reach in your pocket. That's a different show.
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That's rather strange. They have shots for that.
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I think it's you, because you're the most reluctant to eat the apple.
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Your phobia.
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Yes.
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It's not nuts.
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Nope.
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It's your teeth.
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Yep, I'm afraid of them falling out.
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- You're afraid of your teeth falling out because they might get you. - Yeah.
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Uh-huh.
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Why are you afraid of your teeth falling out?
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My mom told me that her orthodontist tightened her braces way too tight,
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and so her front tooth filled up with blood, and they had to remove and all that, so.
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1.
And what is your favorite thing to do in gymnastics?
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Bars, and my backbends, and my back handsprings.
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Back handsprings?
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- Wow. - Yeah.
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And do you get scared of falling ever, Emma?
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No, 'cause I will get back up.
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That is a wonderful thing to say.
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You just get back up when you fall, of course you do.