Fall

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Fall

  1. (theology) The sudden fall of humanity into a state of sin, as brought about by the transgression of Adam and Eve. [from 14th c.]

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From Old High German val.

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Noun[edit]

Fall m (genitive Falls or Falles, plural Fälle)

  1. case (actual event, situation, or fact; piece of work; instance or event as a topic of study; legal proceeding; grammar: specific inflection of a word; medicine: instance of a specific condition or set of symptoms)
  2. fall, drop
  3. fall, decline
    der Fall des Römischen Reiches — the fall of the Roman Empire

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  • (grammar: specific inflection of a word): Kasus m

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Fall m (plural Fäll)

  1. case, situation, circumstance

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