English dictionary definition of:



  • the act of dropping something
  • a central depository where things can be left or picked up
  • a curtain that can be lowered and raised onto a stage from the flies; often used as background scenery
  • a sudden sharp decrease in some quantity
  • a free and rapid descent by the force of gravity
  • a predetermined hiding place for the deposit and distribution of illicit goods (such as drugs or stolen property)
  • a steep high face of rock
  • a small indefinite quantity (especially of a liquid)
  • a shape that is spherical and small


  • give birth; used for animals
  • grow worse
  • fall or sink into a state of exhaustion or death
  • stop pursuing or acting
  • lower the pitch of (musical notes)
  • go down in value
  • change from one level to another
  • leave undone or leave out
  • omit (a letter or syllable) in speaking or writing
  • utter with seeming casualness
  • lose (a game)
  • take (a drug, especially LSD), by mouth
  • cause to fall by or as if by delivering a blow
  • leave or unload
  • get rid of
  • let or cause to fall in drops
  • to fall vertically
  • let fall to the ground
  • fall or descend to a lower place or level
  • pay out
  • terminate an association with
  • stop associating with
  • hang freely

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Spellzone course content

View spelling list Starter Course: Unit 5: Section 4 and learn about the word drop in the Spellzone English spelling course, Unit Starter course: Initial consonant blends.

Scrabble score for drop

Scrabble score = 7

generated at 11:14:27 on 19-09-19

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