Performance and test methods of 30 channels pulse code modulation drop /insert equipment at 2048 kbit/s
Drop the hammer down to me.
Our factory′s newly produced lozenge is especially effective for stopping smoking and cleaning the mouth. With one drop kept in the mouth, you will have no craving for a smoke.
Relatively speaking, farmers haven′t seen their income increased much. In certain areas, they have even seen a drop in their income
Don′t drop the teapot.
Don′t drop your ashes on the floor!
Don′t drop the baby.
No, thanks. I′ve had a drop too much.
Inevitably, some of them will drop out from the competition.
Don′t drop your voice at the end of the sentence.
Methods of test for full-flow lubricating oil filters for diesel engines--Resistance to high pressure drop and to elevated temperature
Methods of test for full-flow lubricating oil filters for diesel engines--Pressure drop /flow characteristics
Please drop your key when you go out.
It′s eighty cents for adults and thirty-five cents for children under twelve. Don′t use bill, and drop the exact fares into the money box after getting on the bus.
I′ll drop you a line when I get there.
Environmental testing for electric and electronic products--Test Ec and guidance: Drop and topple (Primarily for equipment-type specimens)
The company suffered a 10 % drop in sales.
Drop me a line.
Drop me a line to say when you′re coming.
Test method for impact resistance of pipeline coatings (lime-stone drop test)
The square was crowded so tightly that not a drop of water could have trickled through.
Compared with the boundless universe, we are only a drop in the ocean.
Remember to drop me a line.
I′m going to drop history this year.
A pin might have been heard to drop .
Drop in my house.
crusher ,drop hammer for solid mineral materials
You must drop that habit.
Automatic drop bottom wagon for metallic mines--Basic parameters and dimensions
‘I got to the depot and made the _drop_ ’
‘Our previous delivery van had to make several _drops_ and then return to the depot.’
2.A fall in amount, quality, or rate.
‘a significant _drop_ in consumer spending’
‘He welcomed the _drop_ that had occurred in UK birth rates.’
3.A hiding place for stolen, illicit, or secret things.
‘the lavatory’s water cistern could be used as a letter _drop_ ’
‘Our requests were usually met, although there were occasional adjustments in types of weapons sent and frequent changes in time or locations of _drops_ .’
4.A letter box.
5.A section of theatrical scenery lowered from the flies; a drop cloth or drop curtain.
‘Judd’s sets consisted of green and blue upstage _drops_ that moved through a number of positions but did not further encroach on the open space of the stage.’
‘There are also major costs associated with rehabilitating the beautiful _drops_ that the theatre owns.’
6.A small drink of spirits.
‘he doesn’t touch a _drop_ during the week’
‘Tell me never to touch another _drop_ of alcohol and it’s done.’
7.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’
‘The narrow nozzle serves to atomize the flowing liquid - break it up into tiny _drops_ , which form a fine spray.’
8.A small, round sweet or lozenge.
‘a chocolate _drop_ ’
‘‘Do you need a cough _drop_ ?’ he asked, politely.’
9.A trapdoor on a gallows, the opening of which causes the prisoner to fall and thus be hanged.
‘warders, standing on planks, invariably flanked the prisoners on the _drop_ ’
‘Once placed on the _drop_ of the gallows Baird addressed the silent crowd.’
10.A very small amount of liquid.
‘there was not a _drop_ of water in sight’
‘Because of the dry season there was not one tiny _drop_ of water in the river.’
11.An abrupt or steep fall or slope.
‘a sheer 1,500-foot _drop_ ’
‘But get to the top and gaze over Callander, and you soon realise how steep the _drop_ is: you have climbed higher than 1,000 ft.’
12.An act of dropping supplies or troops by parachute.
‘the planes finally managed to make the _drop_ ’
‘An article in the Post suggests the US military was ready to begin emergency food _drops_ into New Orleans much earlier in the week.’
13.An earring that hangs down from the earlobe.
‘simple amethyst and diamond _drops_ ’
‘Alicia returned her attentions to the mirror and slipped her favourite pearl _drop_ earrings into her lobes.’
14.An instance of falling or dropping.
‘they left within five minutes of the _drop_ of the curtain’
‘The missile weighed 23,000 pounds and the _drop_ was successful.’
15.Execution by hanging.
‘Some, who might have come miles to see ‘the _drop_ ’, were determined to have a good time - almost as though it was a holiday or they had gone to a carnival.’
‘A large number of men and women sentenced to the _drop_ had their sentences commuted by the Home Secretary.’
16.Liquid medication to be measured or applied in very small amounts.
‘eye _drops_ ’
‘Your baby’s eyes will be treated with medicated _drops_ or ointment.’
17.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.
‘do you play for the _drop_ now or finesse the 9?’
‘With nine cards you should play for the _drop_ .’
18.The relegation of a sports team to a lower league or division.
‘they only just avoided the _drop_ last season’
‘The battle to avoid the _drop_ is set for a dramatic climax.’
1.(in sport) fail to win (a point or a match)
‘the club have yet to _drop_ a point in the Second Division’
‘But this was a richly deserved triumph for Lindsay Davenport who went through the tournament without _dropping_ a set.’
2.(of a DJ) select and play (a record)
‘various guest DJs _drop_ quality tunes both old and new’
‘As we waited for the start of the race, Wallace _dropped_ Snoop Dogg rhymes, Nelly rhymes and Aerosmith rhymes.’
3.(of a person or animal) sink to or towards the ground.
‘he _dropped_ to his knees in the mud’
‘The man _dropped_ to the ground, trying unsuccessfully to move his legs.’
4.(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’
‘It’s as though I’m _dropping_ from a great height at high speed.’
5.(of an animal) give birth to (young).
‘This species of hartebeest has its young in the late dry season, some antelope prefer to _drop_ their young during the first rains.’
‘She _dropped_ her first litter of pups in September of 2003.’
6.(of ground) slope steeply down.
‘the land _drops_ away to the river’
‘A couple of hundred yards from where the trees stopped, the ground _dropped_ away in a sheer cliff.’
7.Abandon or discontinue (a course of action or study)
‘the charges against him were _dropped_ last year’
‘The idea must have been _dropped_ soon after the initial request.’
8.Collapse or die from exhaustion.
‘he looked ready to _drop_ ’
‘His horse looked ready to _drop_ , and lines of worry and a sleepless night crossed his face.’
9.Deliver (supplies or troops) by parachute.
‘the airlift _dropped_ food into the camp’
‘When an Australian airforce plane did finally fly over the area, it _dropped_ no relief supplies.’
10.Discard or exclude (someone or something)
‘they were _dropped_ from the team in the reshuffle’
‘The local weekly paper however decided to _drop_ WPC Peters’ story from the front page, for this!’
‘the spoon _dropped_ with a clatter from her hand’
‘There was blood leaking out, _dropping_ onto his chin.’
12.Force or 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.
‘East _drops_ the 10 on the second round’
‘Alternatively you need the jack with enough cards in your trump suit that you can reasonably hope to _drop_ the 9 when you lead your jack.’
13.Let or make (something) fall vertically.
‘the fire was caused by someone _dropping_ a lighted cigarette’
‘they _dropped_ bombs on Caen during the raid’
14.Lose (money) through gambling.
‘he reckoned I’d _dropped_ forty thousand pounds’
‘Before you step into a studio and _drop_ your hard earned money, here are a few questions you may want to ask yourself beforehand.’
15.Make or become lower, weaker, or less.
‘he _dropped_ his voice as she came into the room’
‘pre-tax profits _dropped_ by 37 per cent’
16.Mention in passing, typically in order to impress.
‘she _dropped_ a remark about having been included in the selection’
‘Antinori, however, goes one step further and casually _drops_ into the conversation that his team has cloned nine monkeys, ‘nine beautiful, healthy monkeys’.’
17.Put or leave in a particular place without ceremony or formality.
‘just _drop_ it in the post when you’ve got time’
‘Alyson _drops_ off two volumes of short stories and a novel.’
18.Release (a musical recording).
‘Two months later, the band _dropped_ their first full-length album.’
‘At age 25, she had a deal with Warner and a major-label debut ready to _drop_ .’
19.Score (a goal) by a drop kick.
‘he _dropped_ a goal to beat England in the final minute’
‘A rare Hull breakaway five minutes from time set up the position for Richard Whiting to _drop_ a crucial field goal.’
20.Set down or unload (a passenger or goods), especially on the way to somewhere else.
‘he _dropped_ the load off at a dealer’s’
‘his mum _dropped_ him outside and drove off to work’
21.Stop associating with.
‘I was under pressure from family and friends to _drop_ Barbara’
‘Alex discovered why he has been _dropped_ as a friend and a lover by Benny.’
22.Take (a drug, especially LSD) orally.
‘he _dropped_ a lot of acid in the Sixties’
‘Ellis would frequently _drop_ acid on off days and weekends.’
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