What is the Meaning of DROP IN?
visit someone informally and briefly
1. My husband grew up in a small community and often in the evenings, or on the weekends, people would drop in on friends or neighbours to visit. He thinks we should still do that, but I tell him that times have changed. I don’t think most people would like that now.
2. My grandmother loves it when people drop in for a visit.
|present participle:||DROPPING IN|
|past participle:||DROPPED IN|
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