Idiom: to fall off the radar

Definition: to disappear, to be invisible


We were good friends for many years, but when he moved to South Africa, I lost track of him. I haven’t spoken to him in 10 years, and I don’t even know where he is now. He fell off my radar.

When our company was big, it got lots of press coverage. But now it’s small, and no one cares anymore. We fell off the radar.


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