What Is Free Fall?


Free fall is a term used when your body is falling and subject only to the earth's gravity. Free falling is the initial period of time your body is falling when you go parachute diving, before you open the chute.
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free fall
the hypothetical fall of a body such that the only force acting upon it is that of gravity.
the part of a parachute jump that precedes the opening of the parachute.
a decline, especially a sudden or rapid decline, as in value or prestige, that appears to be endless or bottomless: The economy was in a free fall all winter.
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Free falling is when a person jumps out of a moving plane or any high height. You can free fall from a cliff, a airplane or a bridge. Make sure you have the proper gear before you free fall.
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