Definition Of fallback
a reduction or retreat.
the offering will hit the market after a fallback from record highs
an alternative plan that may be used in an emergency.
teaching was a last resort, a fallback
Example Of fallback
After sustained increases in support from an 8% base at the 2002 general election, it has recorded a fallback for the first time, seeing its support drop by one point to 11%.
compulsory powers should be retained as a fallback
However, a spokesman for Edinburgh's Lothian Road institution pointed out that the drop in reserves merely reflected the fallback in the stock market.
I wouldn't recommend this as a strategy, but it sure looks like a joyful fallback plan!
If that technique, if that strategy, doesn't work, the fallback plan would be taking my major priorities and turning them into initiatives and going directly to the people.