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Meanings and phrases
- a shape that is spherical and small; bead; pearl
- a small indefinite quantity (especially of a liquid); --Kipling; drib; driblet
- a sudden sharp decrease in some quantity; dip; fall; free fall
- a steep high face of rock; cliff; drop-off
- a predetermined hiding place for the deposit and distribution of illicit goods (such as drugs or stolen property)
- a free and rapid descent by the force of gravity; fall
- a central depository where things can be left or picked up
- the act of dropping something
- a curtain that can be lowered and raised onto a stage from the flies; often used as background scenery; drop curtain; drop cloth
- let fall to the ground
- to fall vertically
- go down in value
- fall or descend to a lower place or level; sink; drop down
- terminate an association with
- utter with seeming casualness; drop names"
- stop pursuing or acting; knock off
- leave or unload; drop off; set down; put down; unload; discharge
- lose (a game)
- cause to fall by or as if by delivering a blow; fell; strike down; cut down
- lower the pitch of (musical notes); flatten
- pay out; spend; expend
- hang freely; dangle; swing
- grow worse; devolve; deteriorate; degenerate
- stop associating with; dismiss; send packing; send away
- let or cause to fall in drops; dribble; drip
- take (a drug, especially LSD), by mouth
- omit (a letter or syllable) in speaking or writing
- change from one level to another
- fall or sink into a state of exhaustion or death
- give birth; used for animals
- leave undone or leave out; neglect; pretermit; omit; miss; leave out; overlook; overleap
- get rid of; shed; cast; cast off; shake off; throw; throw off; throw away
- a medicated lozenge used to soothe the throat; troche; pastille; pastil
- a drop used for the clandestine exchange of intelligence information
- secure a vessel with an anchor; anchor; cast anchor
- a blunt pointed arch drawn from two centers within the span
- get worse; slip; drop off; fall away
- take position in the rear, as in a military formation or in the line of scrimmage in football
- to lag or linger behind; drag; trail; get behind; hang back; drop behind
- - Ardfert made the straight drop back to the I.F.C.
- In the final turn, Bolt d'Oro and later Good Magic were both put to a drive, while Promises Fulfilled began to drop back.
- Most of the time, defensive linemen attack the offensive line but in some plays they drop back in pass coverage to confuse the opposite team.
- to lag or linger behind; drag; trail; get behind; hang back; drop back
- biscuit made from dough with enough milk that it can be dropped from a spoon
- visit informally and spontaneously; drop in; come by
- give up in the face of defeat of lacking hope; admit defeat; drop out; give up; fall by the wayside; throw in; throw in the towel; quit; chuck up the sponge
- a large piece of cloth laid over the floor or furniture while a room is being painted
- a curtain that can be lowered and raised onto a stage from the flies; often used as background scenery; drop curtain; drop
- a curtain that can be lowered and raised onto a stage from the flies; often used as background scenery; drop cloth; drop
- pass from physical life and lose all bodily attributes and functions necessary to sustain life; die; decease; perish; go; exit; pass away; expire; pass; kick the bucket; cash in one's chips; buy the farm; conk; give-up the ghost; pop off; choke; croak; snuff it
- fall or descend to a lower place or level; sink; drop
- Relegated teams drop down into Gloucester 1.
- With a drop down to D3 PRFC was able to begin rebuilding with younger talent.
- Promoted teams move up to Surrey 1 while relegated teams drop down to Surrey 3.
- an earring with a pendant ornament; pendant earring; eardrop
- device for making large forgings; drop hammer; drop press
- device for making large forgings; drop forge; drop press
- visit informally and spontaneously; drop by; come by
- a retractable fin keel used on sailboats to prevent drifting to leeward; centerboard; centreboard; sliding keel
- a headline with the top line flush left and succeeding lines indented to the right; dropline; stepped line; stagger head; staggered head; stephead
- fall or diminish
- change from a waking to a sleeping state; fall asleep; dope off; flake out; drift off; nod off; doze off; drowse off
- leave or unload; drop; set down; put down; unload; discharge
- retreat; fall back; lose; fall behind; recede
- get worse; slip; drop away; fall away
- Expect "Smack That" to drop off the charts as fast as it popped up."
- It can deploy, drop off and load bridges independently, but it cannot recover them.
- However, officials hope that piracy in the region will drop off as a result of the tsunami.
- open involuntarily; fall open
- give up in the face of defeat of lacking hope; admit defeat; give up; fall by the wayside; drop by the wayside; throw in; throw in the towel; quit; chuck up the sponge
- withdraw from established society, especially because of disillusion with conventional values
- leave school or an educational program prematurely
- device for making large forgings; drop forge; drop hammer
- a scone made by dropping a spoonful of batter on a griddle; griddlecake; Scotch pancake
- a soft return so that the tennis ball drops abruptly after crossing the net; dink
- an agreed area where military supplies are dropped to ground troops; dropping zone
- Bury finished three points above the Third Division drop zone in 1985–86.
- Drop zone (disambiguation) A drop zone is a place where parachutists or parachuted supplies land.
- 1st Battalion, 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment, however, was dropped some east of its planned drop zone.
- a hard candy with lemon flavor and a yellow color and (usually) the shape of a lemon
- the difference in electrical charge between two points in a circuit expressed in volts; electric potential; potential; potential difference; voltage
- a decrease in voltage along a conductor through which current is flowing
- The voltage drop due to the lead resistance has been cancelled out.
- At higher currents the forward voltage drop of the diode increases.
- Four-terminal sensing eliminates voltage drop in the measuring leads as a contribution to error.
- On the seaward side, there is a drop below the wall into the sea.
- Temperatures can drop below −20 °C with wind chill factors below −30 °C.
- Temperatures can drop below −20 °C with wind chill factors below −30 °C.
- In 1950, it was decided to drop "United" from the name.
- Handler decided to drop out of the project due to scheduling commitments to her E!
- It also explains why Bung decided to drop the use of this port in the later V64Jr models.
- Wales lost the game by a drop goal and a try to nil.
- A drop goal is worth 3 points in union and 1 in league.
- The Welsh team were happy to win the game by a single drop goal.
- It has a vertical drop of 39.6 m (130 ft).
- It has a vertical drop of 24.3 m (80 ft).
- Ishii hit a vertical drop brainbuster to Azteca for the victory.
- Elizabeth was later forced to drop out of elementary school to work in a shoe factory.
- Monus and Antonucci were forced to drop out in 1992 after Monus' reputation was ruined by an accounting scandal.
- Kiri was also forced to drop out of the 1998 World's Strongest Man final due to an ankle injury, finishing in 6th place.
- Additionally, these shapes have a low pressure drop which is advantageous for this application.
- Thus, in order to minimize energy use for pump system, one must reduce the system pressure drop (e.g.
- The feed pressure to the microfiltration membrane is typically 65 psia with a transmembrane pressure drop of 40 psia.
- This was contrasted with a significant drop in iPod sales.
- It had a significant drop in rankings in 2009, falling to 43rd place.
- The project has led to a significant drop in waterborne illnesses in children.
- They did not drop a set in the tournament together.
- The wing did not drop unless the control column was pulled back.
- Unlike these dialects, the Kiruna dialect does not drop word endings.
- Most weather fronts originate in the Pacific Ocean, and travel east toward the Coast Mountains where they are forced upward by the range (Orographic lift), causing them to drop their moisture in the form of rain or snowfall.
- The eagle eventually grew tired and began to drop lower in the sky.
- After the dam was opened and filled, the average water levels began to drop.
- However, Eagle sales began to drop as AMC was no longer aggressively promoting the models.
- The first week of April saw a sharp drop in enemy contact in the Quyet Thang operational area.
- Also, women experience menopause at an average age of 48.8 and a sharp drop in the hormone estrogen.
- There was a sharp drop in turnout for the election - falling into the twenties for only the second time in post-war history - to 29.6%.
- The first drop of the falls is a small but powerful chute.
- This was the first drop of a British nuclear weapon from an aircraft.
- Mike from "NewsPlusNotes" praised the first drop for its freefall experience.
- The drop kick was often used in early football as a surprise tactic.
- Drop kick A drop kick is a type of kick in various codes of football.
- In the Canadian game, the drop kick can be attempted at any time by either team.