Fall out : English Phrasal Verb : Online English Lessons

1. To fall out with someone is to become upset or angry with them, and stop being friendly with them.

Examples of use:

a) We fell out over something very small.

b) I fell out with my sister because she broke my necklace.

c) Ingrid and Beatrice fell out when Ingrid crashed Beatrice’s car.

A falling-out (noun) is an argument or disagreement.

Example of use:

Jerry hasn’t spoken to his brother for years. They had a falling-out over money.

2. If your hair falls out it becomes loose and unattached.

Examples of use:

a) My hair fell out when I was ill.

b) My father’s hair started to fall out when he was only 30, and now he is completely bald.

infinitive
fall out
present simple
fall out and falls out
-ing form
falling out
past simple
fell out
past participle
fallen out

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