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  1. fall from grace

    • v.
      lose favour or a position of power or honour;(in Christian belief) descend from a state of divine favour into sin
    • n.
      a loss of favour or a position of power or honour;(in Christian belief) a descent from a state of divine favour into sin
    • verb: fall from grace, 3rd person present: falls from grace, gerund or present participle: falling from grace, past tense: fell from grace, past participle: fallen from grace

    • noun: fall from grace, plural noun: falls from grace

    • 釋義

    動詞

    • 1. lose favour or a position of power or honour he had two Oscar nominations, before falling from grace
    • 2. (in Christian belief) descend from a state of divine favour into sin Adam and Eve fell from grace when they ate the forbidden fruit

    名詞

    • 1. a loss of favour or a position of power or honour the artist's fall from grace
    • 2. (in Christian belief) a descent from a state of divine favour into sin Adam and Eve's fall from grace
    • 更多解釋
    • v.
      lose favor or a position of power or honor: he had two Oscar nominations, before falling from grace
    • n.
      a loss of favor or a position of power or honor: the artist's fall from grace

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      a loss of favour or a position of power or honour

    Oxford Dictionary