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(动词) 
Definition
to decrease in amount, strength, or value
Temperatures can drop to freezing at night.
同义词
fall
Her weight fell to under seven stone.
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lower
The new measures will lower the risk.
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sink
Our hopes were sinking fast.
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decline
a declining birth rate
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slump
Net profits slumped.
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diminish
The threat of war has diminished.
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decrease
Population growth is decreasing each year.
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dwindle
The factory's workforce has dwindled.
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lessen
The burden will lessen if you ask someone for help.
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slacken
Inflationary pressures continued to slacken last month.
(动词) 
Definition
to sink to a lower position, as on a scale
The ground dropped away steeply.
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sink
Pay increases have sunk to around seven per cent.
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dip
Unemployment dipped to 6.9 per cent last month.
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slope
The street must have been on a slope.
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descend
The path descended steeply to the rushing river.
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fall away
On either side of the tracks the ground fell away sharply.
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slope downwards
(动词) 
Definition
to fall or allow (something) to fall vertically
The mysterious object dropped into the ocean and made a huge splash.
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plunge
I plunged into the water after them.
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fall
Her father fell into the sea after a massive heart attack.
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dive
He tried to escape by diving into a river.
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tumble
The dog had tumbled down the cliff.
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descend
Disaster struck as the plane descended through the mist.
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plummet
The car plummeted off a cliff.
(动词) 
Definition
to fall or allow (something) to fall vertically
I dropped my glasses and broke them.
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let go of
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release
He was released from custody the next day.
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let fall
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lose your grip on
(动词) 
He felt hot tears dropping onto his fingers.
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drip
a cloth that dripped pink drops upon the floor
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run
cisterns to catch rainwater as it ran off the walls
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flow
A stream flowed down into the valley.
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leak
The pool's sides had cracked and the water had leaked out.
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trickle
A tear trickled down his cheek.
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dribble
Sweat dribbled down his face.
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drizzle
Drizzle the remaining dressing over the duck.
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fall in drops
(动词) 
Definition
to set down (passengers or goods)
He dropped his coat on the floor.
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deposit
The waiter deposited their coffees in front of them.
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put
She put her bag on the floor.
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place
Chairs were placed in rows for the parents.
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set
He took the case out of her hand and set it on the floor.
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rest
He rested his arms on the back of the chair.
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lay
Lay a sheet of newspaper on the floor.
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stick (informal)
He folded the papers and stuck them in a drawer.
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shove
He shoved a cloth into my hand.
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set down
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plonk (informal)
(动词) 
Definition
to fall to the ground, as from exhaustion
She let her head drop.
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sink
Kate laughed, and sank down again to her seat.
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go down
Crime has gone down 70 per cent.
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descend
Things are cooler and more damp as we descend to the cellar.
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droop
a young man with a drooping moustache
(动词) 
Definition
to fall to the ground, as from exhaustion
She looked about to drop.
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collapse
There were people in the streets collapsing from hunger.
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faint
I thought he'd faint when I kissed him.
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fall down
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pass out
She nearly passed out with exhaustion.
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black out
He felt so ill that he blacked out.
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lose consciousness
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keel over (informal)
I keeled over and fell flat on my back.
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conk out (informal)
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flake out (informal)
If he flakes out, cover him with a blanket.
(动词) 
Definition
to set down (passengers or goods)
He dropped me outside the hotel.
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set down
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leave
The fall will leave a mark.
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let off
10 (动词) 
Definition
to discontinue
I was told to drop the idea.
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quit
I'm trying to quit biting my nails.
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give up
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abandon
The authorities have abandoned any attempt to distribute food.
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cease
A small number of firms have ceased trading.
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axe (informal)
Community projects are being axed by the government.
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kick (informal)
I'm trying to kick the habit.
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terminate
Her next remark abruptly terminated the conversation.
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relinquish
He does not intend to relinquish power.
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discontinue
Do not discontinue the treatment without consulting your doctor.
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forsake
She forsook her notebook for new technology.
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turn your back on
11 (动词) 
Definition
to be no longer friendly with
She has dropped those friends who used to discourage her.
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abandon
She claimed that her friends had abandoned her.
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reject
Paloma has rejected the values of her rich parents.
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desert
He deserted our team years ago.
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renounce
She renounced terrorism.
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forsake
I still love him and would never forsake him.
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repudiate
He repudiated any form of nationalism.
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disown
Those comments were later disowned.
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leave
He left me standing there with all our bags.
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jilt
She was jilted by her first fiancé.
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throw over
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disclaim
the legislation which enabled him to disclaim his title
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turn your back on
12 (动词) 
Definition
to omit (a player) from a team
The captain was dropped from the team.
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eject
They were forcibly ejected from the restaurant.
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dismiss
I dismissed the thought from my mind.
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throw out
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discharge
He was dishonourably discharged from the army.
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discard
Read the instructions before discarding the box.
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oust
The leaders have been ousted from power by nationalists.
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evict
They were evicted from their apartment.
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send packing
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turf out (informal)
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give the bum's rush (slang)
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throw out on your ear (informal)
13 (动词) 
Definition
to lose (a game or point)
They could drop a match or two, and still make the finals.
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lose
I lost my keys.
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fail to win
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give away
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miss out on
14 (动词) 
Definition
to mention casually
I dropped a few hints.
同义词
mention
She did not mention her mother's absence.
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say
She said she was very impressed.
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refer to
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intimate
He had intimated to them his readiness to come to a settlement.
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hint at
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15 (动词) 
Definition
to leave out in speaking
Drop any reference to socialism.
同义词
omit
Our apologies for omitting your name from the article.
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miss (out)
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exclude
Vegetarians exclude meat products from their diet.
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eliminate
I was eliminated from the 400 metres in the semifinals.
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leave out
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forget
Don't forget that all dogs need a supply of water.
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give (something) a miss (informal)
(名词) 
Definition
a decrease in amount, strength, or value
He was prepared to take a drop in wages.
同义词
decrease
There has been a decrease in the number of young unemployed people.
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fall
There was a sharp fall in the value of the pound.
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cut
The economy needs an immediate two per cent cut in interest rates.
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lowering
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decline
Rome's decline in the fifth century.
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reduction
a future reduction in interest rates
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slump
a slump in property prices
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fall-off
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downturn
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deterioration
the rapid deterioration in relations between the two countries
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cutback
A 200-person cutback in staff was announced.
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diminution
The president has accepted a diminution of his original powers.
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decrement
(名词) 
Definition
a small quantity of liquid forming a round shape
a drop of blue ink
同义词
droplet
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bead
beads of sweat
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globule
Bone marrow contains fat in the form of small globules.
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bubble
a bubble of gas trapped under the surface
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drip
Drips of water rolled down his uniform.
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(名词) 
Definition
a small quantity of liquid
I'll have a drop of that milk.
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dash
Add a dash of balsamic vinegar.
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shot (informal)
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spot
We've given all the club members tea, coffee and a spot of lunch.
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taste
He took another small taste.
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trace
Wash them in cold water to remove all traces of sand.
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pinch
a pinch of salt
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sip
Tariq took a sip of water.
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tot
a tot of dark rum
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nip
She had a habit of taking an occasional nip from a flask of cognac.
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dab
a dab of glue
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mouthful
Could I try a mouthful of that?
(名词) 
Definition
a small round sweet
white or plain chocolate drops
同义词
sweet
They've always enjoyed fish and chips – and sweets and cakes.
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candy (US)
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lozenge
throat lozenges
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pastille
a medicated pastille
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bonbon
(名词) 
Definition
the vertical distance that anything may fall
There was a sheer drop just outside my window.
同义词
fall
The helmets are designed to withstand impacts equivalent to a fall from a bicycle.
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plunge
the stock market plunge
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descent
The airplane crashed on its descent into the airport.
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abyss
An avalanche carried him into the deep abyss below.
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chasm
The chasm was deep and its sides almost vertical.
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动词短语

See drop back or behind

其他同义词

in the sense of abyss
Definition
a very deep hole in the ground
An avalanche carried him into the deep abyss below.
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in the sense of axe
Definition
to dismiss (employees), restrict (expenditure), or terminate (a project)
Community projects are being axed by the government.
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end,
wind up,
turn off (informal),
cut back,
dispense with,
pull the plug on
in the sense of bead
Definition
a small drop of moisture
beads of sweat
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