fall intov intrans v USA: fɔ'l ɪ"ntʌ· UK: fɔːl ɪntuː
fall into a dreamv USA: fɔ'l ɪ"ntʌ· eɪ' driː'm UK: fɔːl ɪntuː eɪ driːm
fall into a fitexp USA: fɔ'l ɪ"ntʌ· eɪ' fɪ't UK: fɔːl ɪntuː eɪ fɪt
fall into a habitv USA: fɔ'l ɪ"ntʌ· eɪ' hæ'bʌ·t UK: fɔːl ɪntuː eɪ hæbɪt
fall into a habitv USA: fɔ'l ɪ"ntʌ· eɪ' hæ'bʌ·t UK: fɔːl ɪntuː eɪ hæbɪt
fall into a rageexp USA: fɔ'l ɪ"ntʌ· eɪ' reɪ'ʤ UK: fɔːl ɪntuː eɪ reɪʤ
fall into arrearsv USA: fɔ'l ɪ"ntʌ· əː·ɪ'rz UK: fɔːl ɪntuː ərɪəz
fall into decayexp USA: fɔ'l ɪ"ntʌ· dʌ·keɪ' UK: fɔːl ɪntuː dɪkeɪ
fall into disgracev USA: fɔ'l ɪ"ntʌ· dɪ"sgreɪ's UK: fɔːl ɪntuː dɪsgreɪs
fall into disuseexp USA: fɔ'l ɪ"ntʌ· dɪ"syuː's UK: fɔːl ɪntuː dɪsjuːz
fall into handsexp USA: fɔ'l ɪ"ntʌ· hæ'nz UK: fɔːl ɪntuː hændz
fall into hystericsv USA: fɔ'l ɪ"ntʌ· hɪ"ste'rɪ·ks UK: fɔːl ɪntuː hɪsterɪks
fall into line withv USA: fɔ'l ɪ"ntʌ· laɪ'n wʌ·ð UK: fɔːl ɪntuː laɪn wɪð
fall into oblivionv USA: fɔ'l ɪ"ntʌ· ʌ·blɪ'viː·ʌ·n UK: fɔːl ɪntuː əblɪvɪən
fall into step with syv USA: fɔ'l ɪ"ntʌ· ste'p wʌ·ð saɪ'
fall into the habitexp USA: fɔ'l ɪ"ntʌ· ðiː· hæ'bʌ·t UK: fɔːl ɪntuː ðiː hæbɪt
fall into the power of syv USA: fɔ'l ɪ"ntʌ· ðiː· paʊ'əː· ʌ·v saɪ'
fall face first into stv USA: fɔ'l feɪ's fəː'st ɪ"ntʌ· seɪ'nt
the river falls into the seaexp USA: ðiː· rɪ'vəː· fɔː'lz ɪ"ntʌ· ðiː· siː' UK: ðiː rɪvər fɔːlz ɪntuː ðiː siː
Report or add missing word to a dictionary...