Translation for 'to drop' from English to Russian
VERB   to drop | dropped | dropped
dropping | drops
SYNO bead | cliff | dip | ...
падать [несов.] [снижаться]to drop
unverified упастьto drop
уронить [сов.] [выпустить из рук]to drop
оставить [привычку, занятие] [сов.]to drop [stop]
оставлять [привычку, занятие] [несов.]to drop [stop]
2 Words
Перестань!Drop it!
выбывать [из организации, из соревнования] [несов.]to drop out
выйти [выбыть] [сов.]to drop out [of game, agreement]
высаживать кого-л. [несов.]to drop sb. off [from a vehicle]
капля {ж} водыwater drop
4 Words
Давай закроем эту тему.Let's drop the subject.
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Usage Examples English
  • In epidemiology, the concept of half-life can refer to the length of time for the number of incident cases in a disease outbreak to drop by half, particularly if the dynamics of the outbreak can be modeled exponentially.
  • No landings were attempted but both Pellegreno and Finch flew low enough to drop a wreath on the island.
  • The aircraft used for this operation were the North American NA-16, Chance Vought F4U Corsair, and the Boeing Model 40 and Model 95 modified to drop bombs.
  • As per current analysis done by the industry leaders Search Engine Watch and Search Engine Land, the update was to drop down the medical and health-related websites that were not user friendly and were not providing good user experience.
  • The rally failed in its goal to draw attention away from the other Democratic primary candidates Jimmy Carter and Ted Kennedy, forcing Brown to drop out of the race.

  • Those who praised her later as a Protestant heroine overlooked her refusal to drop all practices of Catholic origin from the Church of England.
  • The results of a study of Washington state community college students showed that distance learning students tended to drop out more often than their traditional counterparts due to difficulties in language, time management, and study skills.
  • Ripper to drop nuclear bombs on Soviet soil.
  • Knowing the location of potential dangers, as well as being useful in estimating the effects of weather and tide in the anchorage, is essential in choosing a good place to drop the hook.
  • After a few months with no success by the French, he added other aircraft to drop napalm for clearing purposes.

  • and rescued by Rogers, who convinces him to drop the identity.
  • Many buildings near major ports used to have (some still do) a large ball mounted on a tower or mast arranged to drop at a pre-determined time, for the same purpose.
  • Surviving aircraft were reassigned to the 54th Troop Carrier Wing's special airdrop section and were used to drop supplies to ground forces operating in close contact with the enemy.
  • The budget escalated from $30 million to $48 million, while the 1988 Writers Guild of America strike forced Hamm to drop out.
  • Competition during this era forced unit prices to drop considerably.

  • In a switched network, enabling promiscuous mode for packet capturing results in no extra data being collected, as a NIC with promiscuous mode enabled simply neglects to drop Ethernet frames with a destination field populated with a MAC from another device.
  • The need to drop conventional bombs remained in conflicts with non-nuclear powers, such as the Vietnam War or Malayan Emergency.
  • In the 2000s, the club began trying to persuade fans to drop their Jewish image.
  • Then liquid oxygen (LOX) would have been injected into the airflow to drop the temperature to [...] flash freezing the water into microscopic ice crystals, sufficiently cold that they wouldn't melt due to kinetic heating if they struck the second pre-cooler elements.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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