fall off (v):
diminish in size or intensity
fall off (v):
fall heavily or suddenly; decline markedly
The real estate market fell off
Related Words: slump
fall off (v):
come off
This button had fallen off
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Ignorance of the law excuses no man

Kanun önünde herkes eşittir.
Not knowing what you did was wrong does not excuse you from suffering the penalty

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