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(intransitive, literally) To disintegrate.
I.m going to watch the world fall apart.
Don't expect them to fall apart before next season, either.
The pressure of the finger on these bands holds them together, but when the ring is taken off, the bands fall apart.
Soon after the exchanging of the vows, the relationship began to fall apart very quickly.
A replica Gucci bag cannot boast the same quality standards, but instead, such a bag will fall apart and show wear as the years trudge on.
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