Фразеологизмы со словом fall
fall off the wagon
To return to the consumption of an addictive, such as alcohol or drugs, after a period of abstinence.
Poor Joe has fallen off the wagon again - he is completely incoherent today.
fall on deaf ears
Не быть услышанным; быть проигнорированным.
Her pleas for mercy fell on deaf ears; the judge gave her the maximum sentence.
Ее прошения о помиловании были пропущены мимо ушей, судья приговорил ее к максимальному сроку заключения.
To go and fight with; attack.
The robbers fell on him from behind trees.
To meet (troubles).
The famous poet fell upon unhappy days.
As it fell out, the Harpers were able to sell their old car.
To quarrel; fight; fuss; disagree.
The thieves fell out over the division of the loot.
To leave a military formation.
You men are dismissed. Fall out!
To leave a building to go and line up.
The soldiers fell out of the barracks for inspection.
fall over backwards
fall over oneself
fall over yourself
fall over someone
To do everything you can to please someone; try very hard to satisfy someone.
Делать все чтобы порадовать кого-нибудь; пытаться изо всех сил удовлетворить чьи-либо желания.
The hotel manager fell over backwards to give the movie star everything she wanted.
The boys fell over themselves trying to get the new girl's attention.
My aunt falls all over me whenever she comes to visit.
Моя тетя с меня пылинки сдувает, когда приходит в гости.
To fail to reach (some aim); not succeed.
His jump fell three inches short of the world record.
The movie fell short of expectations.
To fail; be ruined; not happen or be done.
Jim's plans to go to college fell through at the last moment.
Mr. Jones' deal to sell his house fell through.
Our plan to travel to Europe last summer fell through when we were unable to save up enough money.
Felix made plans to have a party for everyone in his office, but they fell through at the last moment.
fall to pieces
To disintegrate; collapse.
After the death of Alexander the Great, his empire started to fall to pieces.