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drop 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/dräp/,
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dropped, past participle; drops, 3rd person singular present; dropping, present participle; dropped, past tense;
  1. Let or make (something) fall vertically
    • - the fire was caused by someone dropping a lighted cigarette
    • - they dropped bombs on London during the raid
  2. Deliver (supplies or troops) by parachute
    • - the airlift dropped food into the camp
  3. Score (a goal) by a drop kick

  4. (of an animal, esp. a mare, cow, or ewe) Give birth to (young)

  5. Take (a drug, esp. LSD) orally
    • - he dropped a lot of acid in the Sixties
  6. Fall vertically
    • - the spoon dropped with a clatter from her hand
  7. (of a person) Allow oneself to fall; let oneself down without jumping
    • - they escaped by climbing out of the window and dropping to the ground
  8. (of a person or animal) Sink to or toward the ground
    • - he dropped to his knees in the mud
  9. Collapse or die from exhaustion
    • - he looked ready to drop
  10. (of ground) Slope steeply down
    • - the cliff drops ninety yards to the valley below
  11. Make or become lower, weaker, or less
    • - he dropped his voice as she came into the room
    • - pretax profits dropped by 37 percent
    • - tourism has dropped off in the last few years
  12. Abandon or discontinue (a course of action or study)
    • - the charges against him were dropped last year
    • - drop everything and get over here!
  13. Discard or exclude (someone or something)
    • - they were dropped from the team in the reshuffle
  14. Stop associating with
    • - I was under pressure from family and friends to drop Barbara
  15. Omit (a letter or syllable) in speech
    • - our English au pair drops her h's
  16. Set down or unload (a passenger or goods), esp. on the way to somewhere else
    • - he dropped the load off at a dealer's
    • - his mom dropped him outside and drove off to work
  17. Put or leave in a particular place without ceremony or formality
    • - just drop it in the mail when you've got time
  18. Mention in passing, typically in order to impress
    • - she dropped a remark about having been included in the selection
  19. (in sports) Fail to win (a point, game, or match)

  20. Lose (money), esp. through gambling
    • - they drifted into a roulette parlor and dropped about fifteen dollars
  21. 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

  22. Force (an opponent's high card) to be played as a loser in this way
    • - declarer dropped West's queen on the second round of spades
  23. (of a card) Be played in this way
    • - the queen dropped
Noun
  1. A small round or pear-shaped portion of liquid that hangs or falls or adheres to a surface
    • - the first drops of rain splashed on the ground
  2. A very small amount of liquid
    • - there was not a drop of water in sight
  3. A drink of alcoholic liquor
    • - he doesn't touch a drop during the week
  4. Liquid medicine to be measured or applied in very small amounts
    • - eye drops
  5. An instance of falling or dropping
    • - they left within five minutes of the drop of the curtain
  6. An act of dropping supplies or troops by parachute
    • - the planes finally managed to make the drop
  7. A fall in amount, quality, or rate
    • - a significant drop in consumer spending
  8. An abrupt fall or slope
    • - standing on the lip of a sixty-foot drop
  9. The playing of a high card underneath an opponent's higher card, because it is the only card in its suit held in the hand

  10. Something that drops or is dropped, in particular

  11. A section of theatrical scenery lowered from the flies; a drop cloth or drop curtain

  12. A trapdoor on a gallows, the opening of which causes the prisoner to fall and thus be hanged

  13. Execution by hanging

  14. Something resembling a drop of liquid in shape, in particular

  15. A piece of candy or a lozenge
    • - a lemon drop
  16. A pendant earring

  17. A delivery
    • - I got to the depot and made the drop
  18. A mailbox

  19. A hiding place for stolen, illicit, or secret things
    • - the lavatory's toilet tank could be used as a letter drop

  1. a shape that is spherical and small; "he studied the shapes of low-viscosity drops"; "beads of sweat on his forehead"
  2. let fall to the ground; "Don't drop the dishes"
  3. a small indefinite quantity (especially of a liquid); "he had a drop too much to drink"; "a drop of each sample was analyzed"; "there is not a drop of pity in that man"; "years afterward, they would pay the blood-money, driblet by driblet"--Kipling
  4. to fall vertically; "the bombs are dropping on enemy targets"
  5. a sudden sharp decrease in some quantity; "a drop of 57 points on the Dow Jones index"; "there was a drop in pressure in the pulmonary artery"; "a dip in prices"; "when that became known the price of their stock went into free fall"
  6. go down in value; "Stock prices dropped"
  7. An overhand (or overcut or drop) is a semi-circular and vertical punch thrown with the rear hand. It is usually when the opponent bobbing or slipping. The strategic utility of the drop relying on body weight can deliver a great deal of power.
  8. Drops are techniques that allow breakdancers to transition down to the floor and begin performing downrock. Drops may be designed to look flashy, painful, or both. ...
  9. Drop is the ninth album by the band Bride. The album was the only Bride release on Rugged Records, and also featured a sound which departed from their earlier efforts. ...
  10. A drop or droplet is a small column of liquid, bounded completely or almost completely by free surfaces. A drop may form when liquid accumulates at the lower end of a tube or other surface boundary, producing a hanging drop called a pendant drop. ...
  11. The drop is the point in a track where a switch of rhythm or bassline occurs and usually follows a recognisable build section and break.
  12. In policy debate, a drop refers to an argument which was not answered by the opposing team. Normally, a "dropped" or conceded argument is considered "true" for the purposes of evaluating a debate.
  13. A small mass of liquid just large enough to hold its own weight via surface tension, usually one that falls from a source of liquid; The space or distance below a cliff or other high position into which someone or something could fall; A fall, descent; an act of dropping; A place where items or ...
  14. (dropped) That has been allowed to drop or fall; not out due to a fielder failing to hold on a catch (catching or nearly catching the ball but dropping it before having secure hold of it)
  15. (dropped) removed from the clue, e.g., twice we dropped = TIC
  16. (Dropped (or cut)) An individual is not invited to return to a Greek organization during recruitment
  17. (Dropped) A significantly lowered vehicle.
  18. (Dropped) A straight waistline that stops three to five inches below your natural waistline; adds height.
  19. (Dropped) Author has decided not to pursue the passage of the bill.
  20. (Dropped) The bodice of the dress ends below the natural waist. A dropped, or dropped-waist, gown works best for an hourglass figure, and gives the appearance of a longer torso.
  21. (Dropped) When one or more riders loses contact off the back of the peloton or breakaway group.
  22. (Dropping) This is the common name for the bird’s excreta. A bird’s dropping are composed of three different excretions: The urine, a clear liquid; the urates, a white paste, and the feces, which are typically green or brown depending on the bird’s diet.
  23. (Dropping) Disenrolling in one or more specific courses while remaining enrolled in others for the same quarter
  24. (Dropping) Is the act of releasing the mouse button. When this is done the text is inserted at the new location.
  25. (Dropping) Swallowing (usually a tablet).