ニュースの中での Fall

コロケーションの例

during the fall 秋の間に
fall back 後退する
fall in love 恋に落ちる
fall within 内に収まる
not fall 落ちない

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出版物および例文

The Wall Street Journal
· U.S. Adds More Than 200,000 IT Workers in June  
Growth in IT employment hit a six-month high in January, at 370,000 new jobs, but has fallen over the past four months as employers grapple with the pandemic’s economic impact.
The Independent
· Reach: Daily Mirror and Daily Express publisher to cut 550 jobs as sales fall  
Group which also publishes major regional titles says coronavirus pandemic has accelerated shift to online news but led to falling digital advertising revenue
The New York Times
· What to Know About N.Y.C.’s Uptick in Shootings  
For years, officials have embraced the title of the “safest big city in the country.” Crime in New York has fallen drastically since 1990, when there were 2,245 killings in the city.
The New York Times
· Live Coronavirus Updates: Testing Demand in U.S. Soars  
These droplets are heavy, relatively speaking, and fall quickly to the floor or onto a surface that others may touch.
The Age
· School break extended as state weighs return to remote learning  
Catholic Education Melbourne executive director Jim Miles said Catholic schools in Melbourne would fall into line with government schools.
Seeking Alpha
· BBN: Keep An Eye On The Rising Price  
As supply rises, prices will often fall (all other things being equal).
The Guardian
· Coronavirus UK: are Covid-19 cases rising or falling near you?  
The map shows local authorities where the number of cases has increased week-on-week and where it has fallen.
The New York Times
· ‘Notes on a Silencing,’ by Lacy Crawford: An Excerpt  
This happened in the fall of my junior year in high school, when I was, as we said—using the English terms—a fifth former at St. Paul’s School in Concord, New Hampshire.
The New York Times
· ‘Want,’ by Lynn Steger Strong: An Excerpt  
I climb down in the dark and find the phone, which has often fallen.
The New York Times
· “The Beauty in Breaking,” by Michele Harper: An Excerpt  
And one gorgeous fall day years later, it did end—in a way.