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The children were dropping stones off the bridge.
He dropped a few coins into my hand.
Lucas dropped the ball.
I dropped my keys down the back of the sofa.
You’ve dropped crumbs all over the floor.
Everyone cheered as the ball dropped into the hole.
She took off her jacket and let it drop to the floor.
Teresa dropped into the chair, exhausted.
Doyle dropped to a crouch and peered in through the letterbox.
He dropped his head into his hands and sighed.
We had to drop the price of our house to sell it.
Be sure to drop your speed in wet weather.
Infant mortality has dropped dramatically in the last 50 years.
PCM’s share value dropped to 750 pence.
In winter the temperature often drops below freezing.
European sales have dropped by over 30%.
I’m driving into town – can I drop you somewhere?
Can you drop me at the corner of the street?
Can you drop these magazines at Nora’s house on your way home?
The UN is trying to drop supplies into the area.
The ad was dropped after complaints from the public.
Oh, drop the innocent act!
The charges against him were dropped due to insufficient evidence.
Her family wanted her to drop the case.
In Year 10 you can drop geography or history.
He told me to drop everything and come over straight away.
He asked us to drop the word ‘liar’ from our headline.
The controversial clauses of the contract were finally dropped.
Rogers is injured and has been dropped.
She has a tendency to drop her h’s.
Let’s drop the subject, shall we?
United have only dropped 3 points this season.
Ferguson dropped a broad hint that he would soon be retiring.