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to fall / to collapse / to lie horizontally / to overthrow / to fail / to go bankrupt / to change (trains or buses) / to move around / to resell at a profit
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to place upside down / to invert / to pour / to throw out / to move backwards / however / actually / as a matter of fact / contrary to expectation
to fall down / to slip and fall / to throw sb to the ground
to turn upside down / to reverse / back to front / confused / deranged / crazy
to tumble / to fall / fig. to suffer a reverse (in politics or business)
but on the contrary / but expectedly
to faint / to swoon / to black out / to become unconscious
to faint
to push over / to overthrow
to overwhelm / to overpower / overwhelming
to fall down
to knock down / knocked down
not to pose a problem for sb / cannot stump sb
to kneel down / to sink to one's knees / to grovel
to trip / to stumble
lit. spirit and soul upside down (idiom); infatuated and head over heels in love / fascinated / captivated
to prostrate oneself / to fall on one's knees / to grovel
disappointed / frustrated / dejected
to have the advantage overwhelmingly on one side / to support unconditionally
to knock down / to mow down
to fall ill / to be stricken with an illness
to knock down / to knock over / to run over (sb)
to pull down / (coll.) to let it go / to drop it
but on the contrary / but unexpectedly
to take a fall
to overthrow / to knock down / Down with ... !
to be frightened
troops in defeat like a landslide (idiom); a beaten army in total collapse
to lie down
to overturn / to overthrow / to capsize / to collapse
to baffle / to confound / to stump
to topple over / to greatly admire
to dump / to pour / to empty out
to lie down / to drop to the ground
to slip (lose one's footing)
to knock sth over
to stump / to baffle
to interrogate, leaving sb speechless
to split one's sides laughing
to refute / to demolish (an argument, theory etc)
three-shift system (work rostering)
speculation by officials / profiteering by government employees / bureaucratic turpitude
poverty stricken
to bend with the wind
Timber! (lumberjack's warning call)
to collapse / to crash down / to fall down in a heap
destitute and troubled / in dire straits
to be entirely on one side / one-sided / lopsided / partisan / overwhelmingly on one side
doubled up with laughter

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