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  1. come down

    • (of a building or other structure) collapse or be demolished;(of an aircraft) crash or crash-land
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    • 1. (of a building or other structure) collapse or be demolished
    • 2. (of an aircraft) crash or crash-land
    • 3. be handed down by tradition or inheritance
    • 4. reach a decision or recommendation in favor of one side or another
    • 5. leave a university, especially Oxford or Cambridge, after finishing one's studies
    • 6. experience the lessening of an excited or euphoric feeling, especially one produced by a narcotic drug
    • criticize or punish (someone) harshly

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    • (of a situation or outcome) be dependent on (a specified factor)

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    • criticize or punish (someone) harshly

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    • begin to suffer from (a specified illness)

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    • begin to suffer from (a specified illness)

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    • (of a situation or outcome) be dependent on (a specified factor)

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    • appear on the scene; come to notice

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    • appear on the scene; come to notice

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    • (of a building or other structure) collapse or be demolished

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