If the shuttlecock fall out of bounds mean its out.
It is called "out."
When A shuttlecock falls out of bounds its called a fault. Badminton was a game first played thousands of years ago in China and is still popular today.
When the shuttlecock falls out of bounds that means out and your opponent will get a point.
In badminton if the shuttle hits the net on service and falls to the ground it is considered dead. If the Shuttlecock hits the net but continues to the opponents side it is still live and in play.
It depends on whos side it lands out on. If you hit it out on their side then they get the serve and a point. If they hit it out to you, then you get the point and the serve.
In 'Pro' Shuttlecock or Badminton games there would be an umpire or service judge to 'call' or make the final decision as to whether the shuttlecock fell inside our outside of the court.
There is no ball.There is a shuttlecock, or more familiarly, a 'birdie'If the birdie hits the net and falls over, a point for the team that hit it.If the birdie hits the net and falls on the side from which it was hit, a point for the opposing team.
when the opponent hits out or when the shuttle falls inside their half.
If the ball goes off the rim and over the backboard then it is out of bounds. If it goes off the rim and hits the top of the backboard but falls back in play on the front side of the backboard, then it isn't out of bounds.
As with a ball in tennis, if the shuttle touches the line (even just slightly), it is considered in. However, in the rare case that it is out and does not touch the line, but then without bouncing a portion of it falls on the line, it is still out, since the first touch of the shuttle was outside the line.