drop off (1)

This page is about the phrasal verb drop off (1).

Meaning: to drive someone to a place they need to go to and leave them there

For example:

  • drop sb off Every morning I drop my kids off at school on my way to work.

  • drop off sb Sergio stopped at the mall and dropped off his mother, and then drove on to the golf course.

Quick Quiz:

If you're going to drop someone off somewhere, you'll need to have

a. a parachute

b. a map

c. a vehicle

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Contributor: Matt Errey