drop off

drop off


  • 1) idiomatic (intransitive) To fall asleep.
  • 2) To lessen or reduce.
  • 3) To fall.
  • 4) idiomatic (transitive) To deliver; to deposit or leave.


  • 1) And as she kept up her new healthy lifestyle the weight just kept on dropping off.
  • 2) Desmond got out of the Pontiac and directed her to drive the Lincoln right up to the edge of the drop-off.
  • 3) School drop-off and pickup, the ultimate N American experience.
  • 4) She got no drop-off in membership moving the group to the house, and being under siege brought out the best in them.

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