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fall·en

 (fô′lən)
v.
Past participle of fall.

fallen

(ˈfɔːlən)
vb
the past participle of fall
adj
1. having sunk in reputation or honour: a fallen woman.
2. killed in battle with glory: our fallen heroes.
3. defeated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.fallen - having dropped by the force of gravityfallen - having dropped by the force of gravity; "fallen leaves covered the forest floor"; "sat on a fallen tree trunk"
down - being or moving lower in position or less in some value; "lay face down"; "the moon is down"; "our team is down by a run"; "down by a pawn"; "the stock market is down today"
2.fallen - having fallen in or collapsedfallen - having fallen in or collapsed; "a fallen building"
destroyed - spoiled or ruined or demolished; "war left many cities destroyed"; "Alzheimer's is responsible for her destroyed mind"
3.fallen - having lost your chastityfallen - having lost your chastity; "a fallen woman"
unchaste - not chaste; "unchaste conduct"
4.fallen - killed in battlefallen - killed in battle; "to honor fallen soldiers"
dead - no longer having or seeming to have or expecting to have life; "the nerve is dead"; "a dead pallor"; "he was marked as a dead man by the assassin"

fallen

adjective
1. killed, lost, dead, slaughtered, slain, perished Work began on establishing the cemeteries as permanent memorials to our fallen servicemen.
2. (Old-fashioned) dishonoured, lost, loose, shamed, ruined, disgraced, immoral, sinful, unchaste She would be thought of as a fallen woman.
Translations

fallen

[ˈfɔːlən]
A. PP of fall
B. ADJ
1. (lit) → caído
2. (morally) [woman] → perdido; [angel] → caído
C. NPL the fallen (Mil) → los caídos

fallen

[ˈfɔːlən ˈfɔːlən] pp of fallfall guy n (= scapegoat) → bouc m émissaire
to be the fall guy for sth → être le bouc émissaire de qch

fallen

ptp of fall
adj women, soldier, angelgefallen; leafabgefallen; treeumgestürzt; fallen idolgefallener Götze; fallen arches pl (Med) → Senkfüße pl
pl the Fallen (Mil) → die Gefallenen pl

fallen

[ˈfɔːln]
1. pp of fall
2. adjcaduto/a; (morally, woman, angel) → perduto/a
3. npl the fallen (Mil) → i caduti

fallen

a. pp. de to fall, caído-a.

fallen

pp de fall
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