1 - If something falls apart, it breaks into pieces because it is old or badly made.

2 - If an organization or system falls apart, it becomes disorganized or unable to work effectively, or breaks up into its different parts.

3 - If you say that someone is falling apart, you mean that they are becoming emotionally disturbed and are unable to think calmly or to deal with the difficult or unpleasant situation that they are in.
Ex1: "The work was never finished and bit by bit the building fell apart."
Ex2: "I guess it was like that for you when your company started to fall apart."
Ex3: "I was falling apart. I wasn't getting any sleep."
by Freedomtalks February 19, 2019
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When ur depressed and suicidal constantly thinking about what's bad in ur life, and mentally failing to succeed
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An awful book:

1. that is supposed to oppose racism but fails.

2. is about yams. And angry black men. But mostly yams.

3. that makes African tribal men sound like mormons.
"Things fall apart, indeed. My soul fell apart when I was forced to read this book."

"Yeah, man, I feel you. Did you know their inability to grow yams is symbolic of the lack of plot lines to fuel the story?"
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Though this phrase originally referred to products from Wal-Mart being of poor quality, it may now also refer to the communities essentially destroyed by Wal-Mart - it throws its weight around and puts everyone else in the area out of business, essentially destroying the local economy while ensuring that what's left of it depends solely on Wal-Mart for survival.
Both types of Wal-Mart Fall Apart are reasons not to shop there.
by progamer124 February 25, 2005
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To come unglued, to meltdown, to panic and not know what to do, to become alarmed and do nothing or do the wrong thing.

According to local stories, a gentleman named Robert Hall tailored suits of dubious quality that came apart at the seams in very short order.

Synonym Phrase: The wheels fell off
After leading the league for most of the season, the Phillies will probably fall apart like a Robert Hall suit and finish in last place.

by Stainless Steel Cat May 08, 2008
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