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fall over

  
a       vi + adv  
[person, object]  
caer, caerse
b       vi + prep  
1      [+object]   tropezar con
2      (fig)  
*   he was falling over himself or over backwards to be polite      se desvivía en atenciones  
they were falling over each other to get it      se pegaban por conseguirlo  
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
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v.
enamorarse perdidamente
[Fig.]
v.
prestarse (uno) con entusiasmo/energía a hacer algo
The shop attendant fell over himself to help me to find the product I needed
n.
1. caída 2. otoño
exp.
enfadarse {or} enojarse (con algn) (por algo)
exp.
¡en filas!
exp.
la Caída
[Rel.]
exp.
¡a ello!
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'fall over' also found in translations in Spanish-English dictionary
exp.
fall over
exp.
did you fall over?
exp.
watch out or you'll fall over!
v.
1) fling over a precipice (vt), 2) fall over a precipice (refl)
exp.
stack them up so (that) they won't fall over
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"fall over": examples and translations in context
I don't want my delicious drink to fall over. Yo no quiero que mi deliciosa bebida a caer.
I hope that you declare the income generated (although I find them a bit inflated), if there are nice gentleman who will tie you fall over... Espero que declarar los ingresos que genera (aunque me parecen un poco inflados), si hay amable caballero que le atan caer...
One false move, you could fall over. Un movimiento en falso y pueden caerse.
Part of the fun is that these characters are so bulky, they can even fall over all by themselves. Parte de la diversión es que estos personajes son tan voluminosos, que incluso pueden caerse por sí mismos.
And you might fall over or summat. Y te podrías tropezar o algo así.
It was going to fall over, but it was impossible to say when - a storm or an earthquake could have finished it off. Iba a caerse, pero era imposible saber cuándo -una tormenta o un terremoto podría haber acabado con ella.
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