drop zone

NOUN
  1. an agreed area where military supplies are dropped to ground troops
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How To Use drop zone In A Sentence

  • They are just one point clear of the drop zone after no wins in eight. The Sun
  • Skytrain crewed by these airmen was delivering Polish paratroopers to a drop zone south of Arnhem, Holland, in support of Operation Remains Returned List WWII
  • At a drop zone there she met Steve, a tall, outgoing mechanical engineer who built jet engines.
  • The defeat drew jeers from some sections of the home crowd as his team sit just two points above the drop zone. The Sun
  • The defeat drew jeers from some sections of the home crowd as his team sit just two points above the drop zone. The Sun
  • At a drop zone there she met Steve, a tall, outgoing mechanical engineer who built jet engines.
  • But this defeat leaves them just three points clear of the dreaded drop zone. The Sun
  • As the crews approached the drop zone, they depressurized the planes and opened the cargo doors.
  • Heavy anti-aircraft fire forced the planes to take evasive action, and even trained pathfinders had trouble finding and marking the drop zones.
  • AFC have lost four of their last six in the league and hover one point above the drop zone. The Sun
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