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- (intransitive) To collapse inwards.
- The heavy rain caused the roof to fall in.
- (intransitive, military) Of a soldier, to get into position in a rank.
- To come to an end; to terminate; to lapse.
- On the death of Mr. B., the annuity, which he had so long received, fell in.
- To become operative.
- The reversion, to which he had been nominated twenty years before, fell in.
military: to get into position in a rank
- fall in age
- fall in flesh
- fall in for
- fall in hand to, fall in hand with
- fall in line
- fall in love
- fall in love with
- fall in mold, fall in mould
- fall in one's road
- fall in one's way
- fall in somebody's heart, fall in someone's heart
- fall in somebody's mind, fall in someone's mind
- fall into one's hands
- fall in two
- fall in upon
- fall in with