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charactercopypronouncebaikeskritterexampleCorrect
  *落* | 落* | *落
to leave out / to be missing / to leave behind or forget to bring / to lag or fall behind
charactercopypronouncebaikeskritterexampleCorrect
  *落* | 落* | *落
see 落枕 and 落炕
charactercopypronouncebaikeskritterexampleCorrect
  *落* | 落* | *落
to fall or drop / (of the sun) to set / (of a tide) to go out / to lower / to decline or sink / to lag or fall behind / to fall onto / to rest with / to get or receive / to write down / whereabouts / settlement
tribe
to be situated / to be located (of a building)
to be situated / located at (of building) / also written 坐落
phase / time interval / paragraph / (written) passage
to lose (sth) / to drop (sth) / to feel a sense of loss / frustrated / disappointment / loss
sundown / sunset
to fall / to drop
to drop off / to come off / to lose (hair etc) / to omit (a character when writing)
to fall back / to return to low level after a rise (in water level, price etc)
nook / corner
HSK 6
village
to descend / to land
HSK 4
to disperse / to fall scattered / to sprinkle
to fall down / to decay / to fall from the sky / to die
to fall / to drop
to fall / to drop / to decline / to deteriorate / to go downhill
to degrade / to degenerate / to become depraved / corrupt / a fall from grace
HSK 6
whereabouts / to drop / to fall
to float down / to fall gently (snowflakes, leaves etc)
to wander about destitute / to be stranded
desolate / unfrequented / to treat sb coldly / to snub / to cold shoulder
HSK 6
to shoot down (a plane)
to surrender (of a fortress) / to fall (to the enemy) / subsidence (of land)
to decline / to wane
to leave behind (inadvertently) / to forget / to omit / to leave out
to degenerate / impoverished / to fall (into poverty) / to be reduced (to begging)
court / courtyard
community / (science) biocoenosis / ecological community
bacterial colony / microbial colony
strewn at random / disorderly / untidy / irregular / uneven
to rise and fall / takeoff and landing / ups and downs
to slide / to roll
whereabouts / place to settle / reliable source (of funds etc) / (of responsibility for a matter) to rest with sb / settlement / solution
squeaky clean / neat and tidy / efficient
to peel off
downcast / gloomy / to decline
withered and fallen / scattered / sporadic
settlement / dwelling place / town / village
open and candid (idiom); straightforward and upright
(of market prices etc) to rapidly fluctuate (idiom) / volatile / significant ups and downs / roller coaster
variant of 凋落
free fall
when the melon is ripe, it falls (idiom); problems sort themselves out in the fullness of time
to taunt / to ridicule / to jeer at / to treat coldly / to abandon
(of water, prices etc) to rise and fall
(of speech or actions) direct and efficient / without fooling around
(coll.) to push aside
to deal with (an offender)
(on which) the sun never sets
big and stout / big-hearted / open and honest / continuous / repeated
(idiom) everything broken and in disorder
to wither (and drop off) / to wilt / to pass away
to shake out
empty / desolate
genre of folk song with accompaniment of bamboo clappers
sparse / few and far between
to sink / to fall
to abandon oneself (idiom) / to let oneself go
to grow (prettier etc) / to mature into / to blossom
clean and efficient / neat and tidy
uneven and jumbled (idiom); irregular and disorderly / in a tangled mess
talus slide / to crumble (of scree slope) / to collapse / landslide
sparse / scattered
to fall down
to peel off / mottled / to fail an exam / to be demoted
to fall / to drop / socket (loanword for "plug")
to subside
to tumble
agile / nimble / all settled / in order
to enumerate sb's shortcomings / to criticize / to scold / to talk on and on
to rise and fall in succession (idiom) / repeating continuously
village
(of status or wealth) to decline / (of buildings etc) to become dilapidated / run-down / (of plants) to wilt
Bible passage
variant of 利落
to come down in the world (idiom) / to suffer a reversal of fortune
to come to the end of a phase (idiom)


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