||you are badly mistaken, go to hell [B]
||If you think I'm getting on that motorcycle, you can drop dead.
||leave her, not date her anymore, tube her (see tube him)
||She wouldn't quit smoking, so I dropped her - told her it was off.
|drop him like a hot potato
||leave him, not associate with him
||If she finds out you're not rich, she'll drop you like a hot potato.
||visit, go to see, drop over
||When you come to Edmonton, be sure to drop in for a visit.
||visitor, one who drops in
||He was a drop-in at the Seniors' Centre. He liked to go there.
|drop in the bucket
||(See a drop in the bucket)
||stop talking about it, do not say any more
||When I mentioned his accident, he told me to drop it.
|drop like flies
||dying in great numbers, falling dead on the floor
||When a pox infected the tribe, people were dropping like flies.
||deliver, drive and leave a parcel
||I'll drop off the parcel today. What's your address?
||go to sleep, doze, fall asleep
||I only dropped off for a second. I was awake for the news.