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Phrasal Verbs

drop in

This page is about the phrasal verb drop in

Meaning: If you drop something in somewhere, you stop to leave it there and then keep going.

Synonym: drop off, deliver

For example:

  • drop sth in If you're going past the post office, could you drop these letters in for me?

  • drop sth in I'll drop the report in on my way to the office.

Quick Quiz:

Could you drop the books in

a. on your way home?

b. on your flight home?

c. on your home?

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