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fall off

To diminish in size or value.
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Business always falls off in the winter.

Submitted on January 23, 2011

Additional definitions for 'fall off':

fall offTo become detached or to drop from.
fall offA hip hop term; to completely lose the plot in terms of artistic direction.
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