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Словосочетания со словами fall in

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fall in for
To receive; get.
The boy fell in for some sympathy when he broke his leg.
The team manager fell in for most of the blame when his team lost the playoffs.
fall in love
To begin to love
This idiom is used with the expression at first sight to indicate a sudden interest in love.
Начать испытывать любовь; влюбиться.
The man fell in love with a woman from his university class and they got married several months later.
Мужчина влюбился в свою университетскую однокурсницу и они поженились спустя несколько месяцев.
He had never seen that young lady, only her portrait, but he fell in love with her as soon as he met her.
Он никогда не видел эту девушку, только её портрет, но влюбился сразу же, как только встретил её.
Ben and Sal fell in love in high school, and got married after graduation.
Have you ever fallen in love at first sight?
See also:
in love
fall in place
fall into place
To suddenly make sense; find the natural or proper place for the missing pieces of a puzzle.
When the detectives realized that a second man was seen at the place of the murder, the pieces of the puzzle began to fall into place.
fall in with
To meet by accident.
Mary fell in with some of her friends downtown.
To agree to help with; support.
I fell in with Jack's plan to play a trick on his father.
To become associated with a group detrimental to the newcomer.
John fell in with a wild bunch; small wonder he flunked all of his courses.
Compare:
play along
fall in
To go and stand properly in a row like soldiers.
The captain told his men to fall in.
Contrast:
fall out
To collapse.
The explosion caused the walls of the house to fall in.
fall into one's lap
Свалиться с неба. Что-то, что случается без усилий с вашей стороны.
She's not making much effort to find work. Does she think a job will fall into her lap?
Она не особенно старается найти работу. Она что, думает, что место само свалится с неба?
fall into the habit of
To develop the custom of doing something.
Jack has fallen into the bad habit of playing poker for large sums of money every night.