fall lietuviškai

fall vertimas 1. v (fell; fallen) 1) (nu)kristi; sugriūti; 2) nusileisti; 3) žūti; 4): to fallill susirgti;to fall silent nutilti; 5) tekti; the expense falls on me išlaidos tenka man; 6) kirsti (mišką);7) kristi (apie kainą); 8) nurimti (apie vėją); 9) ištarti (žodį);10) įpulti (į kokią nors būseną; in, into); to fall into rage įpykti; to fall into talk įsišnekėti; to fall in loveįsimylėti; to fall across atsitiktinai sutikti; to fall among atsitiktinai pakliūti (į kokią nors kompaniją); to fall away a) apleisti; palikti; b) išnykti; to fall back atsitraukti; to fall back on smth griebtis ko; remtis kuo; to fall behind atsilikti; to fall down a) nukristi; b) amer. pralaimėti; to fall for šnek. pasiduoti (vilionėms);patekti į žabangus; to fall in a) įgriūti; sugriūti; b) pasibaigti; c) kar.išrikiuoti (paradui); to fall in with a) atsitiktinai sutikti, susidurti; b) sutikti, susitarti; to fall into dalintis; suskilti; to fall off sumažėti;to fall on pulti; imtis ko nors; to fall out a) iškristi; b) atsitikti; c) nutraukti (kursą); to fall out with smb ginčytis; to fall overparkristi; suklupti;perk. susidomėti, susižavėti (kuo); to fall over oneself tonertis iš kailio, kad; to fall short trūkti; nepasiekti tikslo; to fall through nepasisekti; to fall to a) imtis (ko); b) pulti, mestis ant ko nors; to fall under būti klasifikuojamam; to fall upon pulti; to fall on one's feetišeiti iš keblios padėties; to fall to pieces suirti, sulūžti;2. n 1) kritimas; 2) krituliai; a heavy fall of rain liūtis; 3) amer.ruduo; 4)pl krioklys; 5) grumtynės, imtynės; to try a fall with grumtis, imtis

Paaiškinimas anglų kalba
  • (season) the season when the leaves fall from the trees
  • (slip) a sudden drop from an upright position
  • (side) a downward slope or bend
  • (sinning) a lapse into sin; a loss of innocence or of chastity Type of: sinning
  • (weakening) a sudden decline in strength, number, or importance
  • (change of location) a movement downward Type of: change of location
  • (loss) the act of surrendering (usually under agreed conditions)
  • (hour) the time of day immediately following sunset
  • (victory) when a wrestler's shoulders are forced to the mat
  • (gravitation) a free and rapid descent by the force of gravity
  • (decrement) a sudden sharp decrease in some quantity
  • (descend, free fall) to descend in free fall under the influence of gravity Type of: travel. Similar to: precipitate
  • (go down) to move downward and lower, but not necessarily all the way
  • (change state) to pass suddenly and passively into a state of body or mind Type of: change state
  • (come, be classified) to come under, be classified or included
  • (weather verb) to fall from clouds
  • (fail) to suffer defeat, failure, or ruin Type of: fail
  • (die) to die, as in battle or in a hunt Type of: die
  • (shine) to touch or seem as if touching visually or audibly
  • (yield) to be captured Type of: yield
  • (occur, specified time) to occur at a specified time or place Type of: happen
  • (change magnitude) to decrease in size, extent, or range
  • (transgress) to yield to temptation or sin Type of: sin
  • (leave office) to lose office or power Type of: leave office
  • (be given, assignment) to be given by assignment or distribution
  • (move, specified direction) to move in a specified direction Type of: travel
  • (be due) to be due Type of: be
  • (lose, chastity) to lose one's chastity
  • (be given, right) to be given by right or inheritance
  • (come, possession of) to come into the possession of
  • (light) to fall to somebody by assignment or lot
  • (be inherited by) to be inherited by
  • (pitch) to slope downward Type of: slope
  • (lose, upright position) to lose an upright position suddenly
  • (drop oneself, lower) to drop oneself to a lower or less erect position Type of: change posture. Similar to: fall down
  • (hang) to fall or flow in a certain way
  • (assume, disappointed, sad) to assume a disappointed or sad expression Type of: change
  • (be cast down) to be cast down Type of: change
  • (issue) to come out
  • (be born) to be born, used chiefly of lambs Type of: be born
  • (get down) to begin vigorously Type of: get down
  • (disappear) to go as if by falling Type of: disappear
  • (come, falling) to come as if by falling
  • (event) the lapse of mankind into sinfulness because of the sin of Adam and Eve Type of: event

fall sinonimai capitulation, crepuscle, crepuscule, dark, declension, declination, decline, declivity, descent, destruction, dip, doom, downfall, downslope, drop, dusk, evenfall, falling-off, free fall, gloam, gloaming, loss, nightfall, pin, regression, ruin, spill, surrender, tumble, twilight, autumn, end of autumn, late autumn, abate, accrue, become, befall, come, come down, crash down, decline, decrease, descend, devolve, diminish, dive, drop, drop off, ebb, fall down, fall in battle, fall in the war, fall off, flow, freefall, get, give up, go, go down, grow, hang, happen, lessen, light, occur, pass, pitch, plunge, precipitate, return, settle, shine, shorten, sink, strike, stumble, subside, succumb, topple, trip, tumble, tumble down, turn, come down, crash, crash down, drop, fall away, fall down, fall in battle, fall in the war, fall over, go down, topple, tumble, tumble down, dwindle, dwindle away, dwindle down, subside, wane, abate, decline, decrease, diminish, drop, drop off, fall off, lessen, slacken, become, get, go, grow, turn

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