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Idiom “Fall out ” Meaning of Idiom, Definition of Phrase and origin with Example.

Fall out 


Vijay and Nitin have fallen out with each other—that is, they have quarrelled, and have vowed never to speak to each other again. 

Mrs Prasad has fallen out with her neighbour and is very unhappy about it. She is looking for an excuse to make up. 

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