Fallout vs Fallingdown - What's the difference?
The event of small airborne particles falling to the ground in significant quantities as a result of major industrial activity, volcano eruption, sandstorm, nuclear explosion, etc.
The particles themselves.
A negative side effect; an undesirable or unexpected consequence.
- On 26 April 1986 the reactor number four at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant located in the Soviet Union near Pripyat in Ukraine exploded. Further explosions and the resulting fire sent a plume of highly radioactive fallout into the atmosphere and over an extensive geographical area.
(rare) A declined offer in a sales transaction when acceptance was presumed.
(rare) The person who declines such an offer.
- Psychological fallout in the shadow of terrorism , title of an article by Dr. Abraham Twerski, M.D. in [http://www.jewishworldreview.com].
* area of militarily significant fallout
* atmospheric fallout
* borrower fallout
* chemical fallout
* fallout contour
* fallout pattern
* fallout prediction
* fallout risk
* fallout safe height of burst
* fallout shelter
* fallout winds
* fallout wind vector plot
* investor fallout
* militarily significant fallout
* nuclear fallout
* radioactive fallout
* soot fallout
* (negative side effect) repercussions
Not English Fallingdown has no English definition. It may be misspelled.