fall behind

[fɔːl bɪˈhaɪnd]


  • to miss the deadline;
  • to move not fast enough so that you stay behind other people;
  • to be not as much successful as other people.

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Already, teachers like Jill Marangoni, a special education teacher in New York, says she sees signs of students falling behind. WCAX

We Must Ensure 'COVID Kids' Don't Fall Behind in School. Governing

One way Galaxy Note 20 might not fall behind some competing flagships. Qualcomm has no intention to manufacture a Snapdragon 865+ variant this year, ... SamMobile

Galaxy S20 sales fall behind its predecessor amid pandemic. SamMobile

Hudson cautioned that Europe needs to step up efforts to find protection against the pandemic if it doesn't want to fall behind. Yahoo Finance

If you're behind on your car payments, or you expect to fall behind, the Federal Trade Commission says there's a few things you can do: ... WRTV Indianapolis

A national survey of renters found a majority did not fall behind on payments in early April after the coronavirus sidelined millions of workers ... Charleston Post Courier

This has seen the UK fall behind its European neighbours in reopening its economy, with Boris Johnson only slightly easing the UK's lockdown ... TorFX News

It'll also include support for schools implementing remediation for students who have fallen behind during the school closures, Rivera said. LancasterOnline