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2 Translation results for drop in Spanish

noun | verb

drop noun

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drops
gota (de líquido); caída, bajada, descenso; pendiente; pastilla, dulce

Example sentences of
drop noun

  • He squeezed the bottle until a few drops came out.
  • She doesn't have a single drop of selfishness in her.
  • The poet wrings the last drop of meaning from every word.

Synonyms of
drop noun

drop verb

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dropped, has dropped, is dropping, drops
dejar caer, soltar; gotear; mandar; caer(se); bajar, descender; abandonar, dejar; omitir

Example sentences of
drop verb

  • Be careful not to drop the chair on your foot.
  • She dropped the apple core into the trash can.
  • They dropped bombs on the city.
  • He dropped the vase and it shattered into pieces.
  • The player dropped the ball.
  • The pen rolled to the edge of the table and dropped to the floor.
  • The book dropped from my hand.
  • The ball dropped between the right and center fielders.
  • She was so tired she felt she would drop.
  • He worked until he dropped.

Phrasal verbs for drop

Related phrases for drop

Reverse translation for drop

gota  (de líquido) - drop, gout 
caída  - fall, drop, collapse, downfall 
bajada  - descent, dip, slope, decrease, drop 
descenso  - descent, drop, fall 
pendiente  - slope, incline, earring 
pastilla  - pill, tablet, lozenge, cake (of soap), bar (of chocolate) 
dulce  - candy, sweet 
soltar  - to let go of, to drop, to release, to set free, to loosen, to slacken 
gotear  - to drip, to drizzle, to leak 
mandar  - to be the boss, to be in charge, to command, to order, to send, to hurl, to throw 
caer  (se) - to fall, to drop, to collapse, to hang (down) 
bajar  - to drop, to fall, to lower, to let down, to take down, to come down, to go down, to reduce (prices), to ebb (of tides), to lower, to bow (the head), to go down, to descend 
descender  - to descend, to come down, to descend, to go down, to drop, to fall, to lower, to take down, to let down 
abandonar  - to abandon, to leave, to give up, to quit, to drop out 
dejar  - to leave, to abandon, to forsake, to let be, to let go, to allow, to permit 
omitir  - to omit, to leave out, to fail to 
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