打开必应主页
打开必应主页

fall

美 [fɔl]
英 [fɔːl]
  • v.下降;跌倒;落下;跌落
  • n.落下;跌落;下落;掉落
  • adj.〈美〉秋天的;秋天成熟的;(衣服等)秋天用的
  • 网络秋季;坠落;倒下
过去式:fell  过去分词:fallen  第三人称单数:falls  现在分词:falling  
fall
显示所有例句
v.
落下drop down
1.
[i]
落下;下落;掉落;跌落to drop down from a higher level to a lower level
September had come and the leaves were starting to fall.
已到九月了,树叶开始凋落。
They were injured by falling rocks.
他们被落石砸伤了。
Several of the books had fallen onto the floor.
这些书有几本掉到了地上。
One of the kids fell into the river.
小孩中有一个掉进了河里。
The handle had fallen off the drawer.
抽屉的拉手掉了。
He fell 20 metres onto the rocks below.
他掉到下面 20 米处的岩石上。
The rain was falling steadily.
雨不停地下着。
倒下stop standing
2.
[i]
突然倒下;跌倒;倒塌to suddenly stop standing
She slipped on the ice and fell.
她在冰上滑了一跤。
I fell over and cut my knee.
我摔倒了,划破了膝盖。
The house looked as if it was about to fall down.
房子看起来好像就要倒塌似的。
毛发;材料of hair/material
3.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
下垂;低垂to hang down
Her hair fell over her shoulders in a mass of curls.
她的鬈发披肩。
向下倾斜slope downwards
4.
[i]
~ (away/off)
向下倾斜to slope downwards
The land falls away sharply towards the river.
地势向河边陡然倾斜。
减少decrease
5.
[i]
(数量)减少,下降;(强度)减小to decrease in amount, number or strength
Their profits have fallen by 30 per cent.
他们的利润减少了 30%。
Prices continued to fall on the stock market today.
今天股票市场价格继续下跌。
The temperature fell sharply in the night.
夜间温度陡降。
falling birth rates
下降的出生率
Her voice fell to a whisper.
她的声音变小,成了耳语。
Share prices fell 30p.
股价下跌了 30 便士。
被打败be defeated
6.
[i]
被打败;沦陷;失守to be defeated or captured
The coup failed but the government fell shortly afterwards.
政变虽然流产,但是不久以后政府便垮台了。
Troy finally fell to the Greeks.
特洛伊城最终被希腊人攻陷。
阵亡die in battle
7.
[i]
阵亡;被击毙to die in battle; to be shot
a memorial to those who fell in the two world wars
两次世界大战阵亡将士纪念碑
变成become
8.
[i]
进入(某状态);开始变成(某事物)to pass into a particular state; to begin to be sth
He had fallen asleep on the sofa.
他在沙发上睡着了。
The book fell open at a page of illustrations.
书翻开在有插图的那一页。
The room had fallen silent.
整个房间都变得静悄悄的。
She fell ill soon after and did not recover.
不久后她就病倒了,而且未能痊愈。
I had fallen into conversation with a man on the train.
在火车上我和一个男人攀谈起来。
The house had fallen into disrepair.
这栋房子已年久失修。
She knew she must not fall prey to his charm.
她清楚自己绝不可以被他迷住。
发生happen/occur
9.
[i]
突然来到;突然出现to come quickly and suddenly
A sudden silence fell.
突然一片鸦雀无声。
Darkness falls quickly in the tropics.
在热带地区夜幕降临迅速。
An expectant hush fell on the guests.
客人们即时安静了下来,期待着将要发生的事。
10.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
发生to happen or take place
My birthday falls on a Monday this year.
今年我的生日适逢星期一。
11.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
(向某方向)移动;落(在某位置上)to move in a particular direction or come in a particular position
My eye fell on(= I suddenly saw) a curious object.
我突然见到了一样奇怪的东西。
Which syllable does the stress fall on?
重音在哪个音节?
A shadow fell across her face.
一片阴影掠过她的脸庞。
属于群体belong to group
12.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
属于(某类、群体、责任范围)to belong to a particular class, group or area of responsibility
Out of over 400 staff there are just 7 that fall into this category.
400 多个职员中只有 7 人属于这一类。
This case falls outside my jurisdiction.
这个案件不属于我的管辖范围。
This falls under the heading of scientific research.
这一项属于科研类目。
IDM
n.
落下act of falling
1.
[c]
落下;下落;跌落;掉落an act of falling
I had a bad fall and broke my arm.
我重重地跌了一跤,摔断了手臂。
She was killed in a fall from a horse.
她从马背上掉下来摔死了。
雪;岩石of snow/rocks
2.
[c]
~ (of sth)
(雪、岩石等的)降落an amount of snow, rocks, etc. that falls or has fallen
a heavy fall of snow
一场大雪
a rock fall
岩崩
下落;发生way sth falls/happens
3.
[sing]
~ of sth
下落;发生the way in which sth falls or happens
the fall of the dice
骰子的掷出
the dark fall of her hair(= the way her hair hangs down)
她那垂泻的黑发
of water
4.
[pl]
瀑布a large amount of water falling down from a height
The falls upstream are full of salmon.
上游瀑布一带盛产鲑鱼。
Niagara Falls
尼亚加拉瀑布
减少decrease
5.
[c]
(大小)减小;(数量)减少;(比率、水平)降低a decrease in size, number, rate or level
a steep fall in profits
利润的骤降
a big fall in unemployment
失业人数的大大减少
失败defeat
6.
[sing]
~ (of sth)
(政权的)垮台;(经济的)崩溃;(城市、国家的)沦陷,灭亡a loss of political, economic, etc. power or success; the loss or defeat of a city, country, etc. in war
the fall of the Roman Empire
罗马帝国的灭亡
the rise and fall of British industry
英国工业的兴衰
the fall of Berlin
柏林的沦陷
丧失尊敬loss of respect
7.
[sing]
(威信的)骤降a situation in which a person, an organization, etc. loses the respect of other people because they have done sth wrong
the TV preacher's spectacular fall from grace
电视布道者威信的遽降
《圣经》in Bible
8.
[sing]
人类堕落(指亚当和夏娃违背上帝意旨而被迫离开伊甸园)the occasion when Adam and Eve did not obey God and had to leave the Garden of Eden
IDM
Luckily, a bush broke his fall.
幸亏有灌木接着,他摔得不重。
break sbs fall
缓和某人的跌势;防止某人跌得很重to stop sb from falling onto sth hard
Luckily, a bush broke his fall.
幸亏有灌木接着,他摔得不重。
He took the fall for his boss and resigned.
他成了老板的替罪羊,辞职了。
take the fall (for sb/sth)
(informal)
替…承担责任;成为…的替罪羊to accept responsibility or punishment for sth that you did not do, or did not do alone
He took the fall for his boss and resigned.
他成了老板的替罪羊,辞职了。

例句

释义:
类别:全部全部,口语口语,书面语书面语,标题标题,技术技术
来源:全部全部,字典字典,网络网络
难度:全部全部,简单简单,中等中等,
更多例句筛选
收起例句筛选