||reduce, diminish, slip, slow down
||Sales have dropped off recently. Maybe we should advertise.
||quit, stop attending
||I have decided not to drop out of school. I'm going to continue.
|drop out of sight
||disappear, not be seen for awhile
||After the scandal, he dropped out of sight. I haven't seen him.
||visit, come and talk
||Our friends dropped over last night for a cup of coffee.
|drop the ball
||fail to do or complete a task, not follow through
||Who dropped the ball? I'll tell you who! We dropped the ball - you
and I. We need to take responsibility for our lives and our world!
|drop the other shoe
||(See wait for the other shoe to drop)
|drop your drawers
||take your pants down, remove your shorts
||Don't you hate it when you have to drop your drawers for a nurse?
|drop your gloves (hockey)
||remove your gloves to fight with your fists
||Don't drop your gloves in this game. There's no fighting.
|drown your sorrow
||drink until the sadness goes away
||Jay drowned her sorrow in wine. Then she had a headache.
||a boy or man dressed like a cowboy, a fake cowboy, dude
||"Are you a drugstore cowboy?" "No sir. I got Wrangler jeans an'
dung on my boots - I chew tobacco an' I c'n spit real good!"