[ US /ˈfɔɫˌbæk/ ]
[ UK /fˈɔːlbæk/ ]
  1. to break off a military action with an enemy
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How To Use fallback In A Sentence

  • I was raised Catholic, so my fallback is heaven and Jesus, but, yeah, it is SO difficult to explain. Jesus In The Sky With Dinosaurs | Her Bad Mother
  • Current TV, remaking itself as a freewheeling non-corporate progressive cabler, is the perfect fallback for Weiner to play to his strengths as a combative and partisan fighter. Ron Mwangaguhunga: Why Anthony Weiner Should Sign on With Current TV
  • We need a fallback position if they won't do the job.
  • There was this scholarship, which I did eventually win, but I had a secret fallback plan if I hadn't have won the scholarship -
  • The fallback emits a user - specified replacement string instead of a decoded input byte sequence.
  • His fallback was a nearby commercial building he hoped to one day turn into a coffee shop. Little Guys Tough It Out
  • Fallback resources provide security against errors in other setting mechanisms.
  • When dealing with any boss, difficult or not, have a good level of to fallback on.
  • So, the fallback is to use old studies, done on dissimilar programs (human space flight and Earth/space science missions present very different challenges) and in management environments (NASA-OMB-Congress) that were quite different than they are currently. Ares Costs: Just Pick a Number - NASA Watch
  • That's why you had a fallback plan to meet her at Beach and Lincoln. SILENT JOE
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