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to drop something

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  • drop something like a hot brick — drop (someone/something) like a hot brick/potato informal to suddenly get rid of someone or something that you have been involved with because you do not want them any more or you are worried they may cause problems. The government dropped the… …   New idioms dictionary

  • drop something like a hot potato — drop (someone/something) like a hot brick/potato informal to suddenly get rid of someone or something that you have been involved with because you do not want them any more or you are worried they may cause problems. The government dropped the… …   New idioms dictionary

  • drop something in someone's lap — drop/dump/something in someone’s lap phrase to make someone responsible for a job or a problem, without any warning He put the matter off entirely, essentially dumping it in the lap of the incoming governor. Thesaurus: to make someone responsible …   Useful english dictionary

  • drop something in somebody's lap — drop/dump sth in sb s ˈlap f6 idiom (informal) to make sth the responsibility of another person • They dropped the problem firmly back in my lap. Main entry: ↑lapidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • drop something like a hot potato — v. get rid of something as quick as lightning; beware of something like from fire, be extremely careful …   English contemporary dictionary

  • drop — drop1 [ drap ] verb *** ▸ 1 let something fall ▸ 2 let yourself fall ▸ 3 let fall from aircraft ▸ 4 reduce/get less ▸ 5 not continue with something ▸ 6 not include something/someone ▸ 7 stop talking about something ▸ 8 end relationship with… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • drop — I UK [drɒp] / US [drɑp] verb Word forms drop : present tense I/you/we/they drop he/she/it drops present participle dropping past tense dropped past participle dropped *** 1) [transitive] to deliberately let something fall drop something off… …   English dictionary

  • drop — [[t]drɒ̱p[/t]] ♦♦ drops, dropping, dropped 1) V ERG If a level or amount drops or if someone or something drops it, it quickly becomes less. [V prep/adv] Temperatures can drop to freezing at night... [V prep/adv] Once the rate rises it never… …   English dictionary

  • drop — [dräp] n. [ME drope < OE dropa, akin to ON drūpa, DROOP, Ger triefen: for IE base see DRIP] 1. a small quantity of liquid that is somewhat spherical, as when falling 2. a very small quantity of liquid 3. [pl.] liquid medicine taken or applied… …   English World dictionary

  • Drop Dead Diva (season 2) — Drop Dead Diva Season 2 Country of origin USA No. of episodes 13 Broadcast Original channel Lifetime …   Wikipedia

  • drop-off — ˈdrop off noun [countable] 1. if there is a drop off in the amount, level, or number of something, it goes down or becomes less: • There has been a drop off in tourism this year. • temporary drop offs in sales 2. TRANSPORT a delivery, or the… …   Financial and business terms

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