Hindi translation of 'fall'
fall /fɔːl फ़ॉल्/
Word forms: falls, falling, fell, fallen
1. intransitive verb
If someone or something falls, they move quickly downwards.
Her sunglasses fell into the sea.
Everything fell out of the bag.
Bombs fell in the town.
2. intransitive verb, countable noun
If a person or structure falls, falls down, or falls over, they move from an upright position, so that they are lying on the ground. You can also say that a person has a fall.
ज़मीन पर गिरना/भूमि-पातन mn
The woman gripped the man to stop herself from falling.
I hit him so hard he fell down.
Roads have been blocked by fallen trees.
Roger had a fall and cut his head.
3. intransitive verb, countable noun
When rain or snow falls, or when there is a fall of it, it comes down from the sky.
अवपात होना/अवपात mn
4. intransitive verb, countable noun
If something falls, or if there is a fall in it, it decreases in amount, value, or strength.
गिरावट आना/गिरावट nf
ह्रास होना/ह्रास mn
Her weight fell to forty-five kilos.
There was a sharp fall in the value of the pound.
fall by x
fall to/from x
a level/standard/price/rate falls
a fall in something
a fall of x
a sharp/dramatic/steep/sudden fall
a slight fall
show/report/predict/expect a fall
SIMILAR WORDSdrop, decrease
5. intransitive verb, singular noun
If a powerful or successful person falls, they suddenly lose their power or position. You can also talk about that person's fall.
पतन होना/पतन mn
पराभव होना/पराभव mn
Mrs Thatcher fell from power.
...the fall of the dictator.
6. link verb
You can use fall to show that someone or something passes into another state. For example, if someone falls ill, they become ill.
किसी विशेष अवस्था में होने, जैसे बीमार पड़ जाने या सो जाने, प्रेम हो जाने, किसी नुकसान या व्यसन आदि के शिकार हो जाने के अर्थ में
He undid his tie and collar and fell asleep.
7. intransitive verb
If you say that something or someone falls into a particular category, you mean that they belong in that category.
(किसी वर्ग या श्रेणी से)संबन्धित होना
This music doesn't fall into the category of jazz.
8. intransitive verb
If silence or a feeling of sadness or tiredness falls on a group of people, they become silent, sad, or tired.[written]
तारी हो जाना
Silence fell on the passengers as the police checked identity cards.
9. intransitive verb
When light or shadow falls on something, it covers it.
A shadow suddenly fell across the doorway.
10. intransitive verb
When night or darkness falls, night begins and it becomes dark.
(रात या अंधेरा) हो जाना/छा जाना
11. plural noun
You can refer to a waterfall as the falls.
जल प्रपात mn
12. variable noun
In American English, fall is the season between summer and winter. The British word is autumn.
शरद ऋतु nf
...in the fall of 1991.
13. to fall flat → see flat
If something falls apart, it breaks into pieces because it is old or badly made.
विघटित हो जाना
टूट कर बिखर जाना
Bit by bit the building fell apart.
If an organization or system falls apart, it becomes disorganized and inefficient.
Employees say the company is falling apart.
fall back on
If you fall back on something, you do it or use it after other things have failed.
वापस रुख़ करना
He fell back on his original training as a photographer when his new business failed.
If you fall behind, you do not make progress or move forward as fast as other people.
पीछे रह जाना
He missed school and fell behind.
Boris is falling behind all the top players.
If you fall for someone, you are strongly attracted to them and start loving them.
दीवाना हो जाना
I fell for him right away.
If you fall for a lie or trick, you believe it or are deceived by it.[informal]
के चक्कर में पड़ जाना
It was all a lie, and you fell for it!
If something falls off, it separates from the thing to which it was attached.
(टूटकर) अलग हो जाना
...teapots, whose lids fall off when you pour tea.
If a person's hair or a tooth falls out, it becomes loose and separates from their body.
टूटकर निकल जाना
If you fall out with someone, you have an argument with them and stop being friendly.
संबंध या रिश्ते तोड़ लेना
She fell out with her husband.
Mum and I used to fall out a lot.
If an arrangement falls through, it fails to happen.
असफल हो जाना
You can use fall down to talk about people and objects, but not about things like prices. Instead you should use the verb fall by itself. Jolil tripped and fell down. Share prices fell sharply.
My house sale fell through.
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Example Sentences Including 'fall'
His companion also pushed in, quickly closing the door after him and letting the bar fall back in place.LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)
Only the quick hands of the two closest Clayr saved her from a potentially fatal fall into the swift, cold waters of the Ratterlin.LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)
Two Harshini sat with her, watching the faint rise and fall of her chest, as if waiting for something to happen.TREASON KEEP (2001)
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'fall' in Other Languages
- Arabic: سُقُوط
- Brazilian Portuguese: queda
- Chinese: 落下
- Croatian: pad
- Czech: pád
- Danish: fald
- Dutch: val omlaag
- European Spanish: caída
- Finnish: pudotus
- French: chute
- German: Sturz Stürze
- Greek: πτώση
- Italian: caduta
- Japanese: 落下
- Korean: 추락
- Norwegian: fall
- Polish: spadek upadek
- Portuguese: queda
- Romanian: cădere căderi
- Russian: падение
- Spanish: caída
- Swedish: fall ramla
- Thai: การหล่นลงมา
- Turkish: düşüş
- Ukrainian: падіння
- Vietnamese: sự rơi
- Arabic: يَقِعُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: cair
- Chinese: 落下
- Croatian: pasti
- Czech: padat upadnout
- Danish: falde
- Dutch: vallen
- European Spanish: caer altura
- Finnish: pudota
- French: tomber
- German: fallen
- Greek: πέφτω
- Italian: cadere
- Japanese: 落ちる
- Korean: 추락하다
- Norwegian: falle
- Polish: spaść spadać
- Portuguese: cair
- Romanian: a cădea
- Russian: падать
- Spanish: caer
- Swedish: ramla
- Thai: หล่น
- Turkish: düşmek
- Ukrainian: падати
- Vietnamese: ngã xuống
Translation of fall from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary