fall for

[fɔːl fɔːr]


  • when you start feeling love for somebody;
  • when you believe in someone's words but in reality they turn to be a lie. 

Examples 👇

A Guide to Pandemic Scams, and What Not to Fall For. The New York Times

Sally Rooney's Normal People tops UK book charts as readers fall for TV version. The Guardian

Don't fall for Contact Tracing App scam text message. On The Wight

Don't fall for new COVID-19-related online health scams, OPP warn. OrilliaMatters

Lamar Odom fell for Khloe Kardashian because she looks like his late mum. Mirror.co.uk

Gov. Hogan's Purchase of Korean Covid Tests Looks Like a PR stunt—and Media Fell for It. FAIR

John Legend admits he has been with Chissy Teigen since the day he fell for her on a 2007 video shoot. Daily Mail

Eventually fate found her a job in San Francisco where she fell for her boss. Fallbrook / Bonsall Villlage News