fall on

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Verb[edit]

fall on

  1. To experience; to suffer; to fall upon.
    With the rise of the Internet, some media fell on hard times.
  2. To be assigned to; to acquire a new responsibility, duty or burden.
    This decision is important, and it falls on you to make it.
  3. (of a holiday or event) To occur on a particular day.
    The first day of spring this year will fall on a Tuesday.