fall off


fall off
phrasal verb [intransitive]
Word forms "fall off":
present tense I/you/we/they fall off he/she/it falls off present participle falling off past tense fell off past participle fallen off
if the amount, level, or value of something falls off, it gets smaller

Sales always fall off in the winter months.


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