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to drop unintentionally to the ground from (a high object, bicycle, etc), esp after losing one's balance
) to diminish in size, intensity, etc; decline or weaken:
business fell off after Christmas
) to allow or cause a vessel to sail downwind of her former heading
a decline or drop
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