Meaning of fall-out, fall through and fall out
– the number of people who give up an activity
- – The fall-out rate in the first year at university is higher than subsequent years.
1 to leave proper formation or lines (esp.military)
- – Fall out, men!
2 to quarrel, argue and end good relationship
- – I fell out with my best friend when he insulted my girlfriend. We haven’t spoken for two months
– fail to be completed
- – The plans to build a new leisure centre fell through because the City hall couldn’t raise the finance
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