drop in

VERB
  1. visit informally and spontaneously
    We frequently drop by the neighbors' house for a cup of coffee
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How To Use drop in In A Sentence

  • I will drop in on you the next time I am in this neck of the woods
  • Intel, the world's largest maker of computer chips, posted a 76 % drop in profits for the second quarter.
  • Spending has been jump-started by a drop in interest rates to 30-year lows as well as by the best monsoon since 1988.
  • This has created a crisis in the armed forces with high desertion rates, poor morale and a sharp drop in military recruitment.
  • A concurrent effect to this drop in violent crime occurs in the form of an increase in some levels of property crimes, including larceny and auto theft.
  • The conical upper section of the mountain is reached and the well-defined, rocky path zig-zags to the short summit ridge with its steep drop into the ben's north-east corrie.
  • A recent heart attack, bypass or valve surgery will result in a drop in insurability and an increase of 25% to 100% or more in premiums over standard, or average, risk policies. Getting Life Insurance
  • The gossips say the group is being hit by declining advertising revenue and a drop in market share in its important US college market which could result in further profit downgrades once figures are issued.
  • You drop in at a friend's place one evening unannounced.
  • If you bought the car when your credit was blemished and now it's pristine (or if you had little credit history at all), refinancing can mean a significant drop in rates.
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