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plunge from (something)

To fall or plummet down from something at a high and often uncontrollable speed. The man somehow gained access to the roof and plunged from the top of the skyscraper.
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plunge from something

to fall or flee from something or some place. The eagle plunged from the sky to the lake to capture its prey. Lily plunged from the room in embarrassment.
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The tragedy occurred less than three days after Luke Freeman, 19, from Reading, Berks, died after plunging from holiday apartments in the Costa Brava resort of Lloret de Mar.