Drop Off

How to Conjugate Drop Off

  • Infinitive: Drop Off
  • Present Tense: Drop Off/ Drops Off
  • -ing Form: Dropping Off
  • Past Tense: Dropped Off
  • Past Participle: Dropped Off
Drop Off is a separable phrasal verb and has 2 definitions.

Definitions of Drop Off:

1. To gradually decline/become less
[Noun] {Drop-off} Refers to a place or point of a decline.

Examples: The demand for the Blackberry smartphone dropped off after the iPhone entered the market.
The bottom of the sea can drop off and become deeper at any time, so you’d better know how to swim.
[Noun] The motorist avoided the drop-off by making a sharp turn at the last minute.

2. When you take someone or something to a destination and leave them or it there.
[Noun] {Drop-off} Refers to a place where something or someone is left

Examples: Pete’s mom drops him off at school every morning.
Can you please drop me off at work?
[Noun] In mobster movies, the criminals always refer to a secret drop-off where they make illegal transactions.

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