Word: drop

Category: drop

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Related words: drop

the drop, drop box, drop dead, drop down, drop dead diva, ups, ups drop off, egg drop, fedex drop, fedex, dont drop that, dropbox, sun drop, air drop, fedex drop off

Synonyms: drop

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: drop

spanish
gota, caída


german
überspringen, tropfen, wasserspiegelunterschied, ausgeben, abfall, ...

french
jeter, perte, sauter, précipice, chute, ...

italian
abbattere, stilla, gocciola, goccia

portuguese
pender, inclinação, gastar, cair, gota, ...

dutch
vellen, droppel, weglaten, waterdruppel, druppel, ...

russian
снижение, ссадить, стихать, обронить, капля, ...

norwegian
dråpe

finnish
jättää pois, tiputtaa, pisara, kaataa, suistua, ...

danish
tår, falde, dråbe

czech
spouštět, hodit, kanout, úbytek, vrhat, ...

polish
kropla, opadać, kropić, utrata, spuszczać, ...

turkish
damla, salıvermek, damlamak

greek
μειώνομαι, ρανίδα, σταγόνα

ukrainian
народитись, упускати, падіння, крапати

albanian
pikë

belarusian
скакаць, падаць

estonian
lõpetama, kukkuma

croatian
curiti, opasti, ispustiti

icelandic
dropi, falla, missa

latin
cado

lithuanian
lašas, kristi

latvian
izdot, iztērēt, klints, piliens

romanian
pictor, picătură, strop

slovak
pokles, pustiť

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The meaning and "use of": drop

noun
  • a small round or pear-shaped portion of liquid that hangs or falls or adheres to a surface.
  • an instance of falling or dropping.
  • a delivery.
  • a piece of candy or a lozenge.
  • an earring that hangs down from the earlobe.
  • a section of theatrical scenery lowered from the flies; a drop cloth or drop curtain.
  • a trapdoor on a gallows, the opening of which causes the prisoner to fall and thus be hanged.

verb
  • let or make (something) fall vertically.
  • fall vertically.
  • make or become lower, weaker, or less.
  • abandon or discontinue (a course of action or study).
  • set down or unload (a passenger or goods), especially on the way to somewhere else.
  • (in sports) fail to win (a point, game, or match).
  • force or be forced to play (a relatively high card) as a loser under an opponent's higher card, because it is the only card in its suit held in the hand.

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