fall into

fall into
phrasal verb [transitive]
Word forms "fall into":
present tense I/you/we/they fall into he/she/it falls into present participle falling into past tense fell into past participle fallen into
1) fall into something to start doing something by chance

She fell into modelling quite by accident.

2) fall into conversation to start having a conversation with someone, especially someone you have just met
3) fall into someone's hands
a) to be caught by someone, or to come under their control

All the western provinces had fallen into enemy hands.

b) if something falls into someone's hands, they get it, usually by chance

We don't want this information to fall into the wrong hands.

4) fall into step if you fall into step beside someone, you start walking beside them

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