fall offtransitive verb phrase
1. (to fall from)
2. (to become detached)intransitive verb phrase
3. (to get worse)
The band's first two albums were fantastic, but after that the quality started to fall off.Los primeros dos álbumes de la banda fueron fantásticos, pero después de eso la calidad empezó a empeorar.
4. (to dwindle)
fall offintransitive verb
1. (profits, attendance)
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