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    KIMJONGEUN is offline Junior Member
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    Post Question: The guy is supposed to fall on his sword

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    The guy is supposed to fall on his sword then, you know? He's supposed to bleed to death and be gone. You've made her uncomfortable. I'm uncomfortable with that; therefore, it cannot happen! Come on. Get over your discomfort. Live with a little discomfort.

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    what's the mean of "fall on"?

    is it a mean of "attack"?

    so for "fall on his sword", "attack with his sword" is the similar expresstion?

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    Default Re: Question: The guy is supposed to fall on his sword

    Quote Originally Posted by KIMJONGEUN View Post
    what's the mean of "fall on"?

    is it a mean of "attack"?

    so for "fall on his sword", "attack with his sword" is the similar expresstion?
    no , I'm afraid that in this context it simply means "to commit suicide"

    This should offer a more detailed explanation

    hope this helps.

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