drop po angielsku

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n. small globule of liquid, drip; very small amount; pendant; piece of candy, lozenge; act of dropping supplies from a plane; sudden descent, fall
v. fall; make fall; bring down; go down; parachute; omit; let go; abandon
n. drop goal

Przykładowe zdania

But then my jaw dropped as I saw what unrolled out of the carpet.
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Another carpet in the tent was ridiculous! I looked depressed, as the rug was dropped to the ground and unrolled.
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As the rug was dropped to the ground and unrolled I held my breath.
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A cry of terror arose. The whole multitude dropped to the ground, terrified.
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Are they dropping off their friends there?
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Are they going to drop off their friends there?
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Are you going to drop off your friends there?
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Are you dropping me off at school?
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Do you want me to drop you off at home?
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Do you want me to drop you off at the restaurant?
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Synonimy

1. reduction: fall, tumble, decrease, slide
2. droplet: globule, driblet
3. speck: pinch, splash, dash, dab
4. decline: cave in, dwindle, collapse, fall
5. trickle: drip, fall, dribble, leap, ooze
6. separate: end, break off, desert, divorce



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