Definition Of drop
(in sports) fail to win (a point, game, or match).
The Chinese have yet to drop a match and have only conceded two goals while Germany started well before going through a dry patch during the pool phase.
I got to the depot and made the drop
a piece of candy or a lozenge.
a lemon drop
a section of theatrical scenery lowered from the flies; a drop cloth or drop curtain.
Judd's sets consisted of green and blue upstage drops that moved through a number of positions but did not further encroach on the open space of the stage.
a small round or pear-shaped portion of liquid that hangs or falls or adheres to a surface.
the first drops of rain splashed on the ground
Example Of drop
A drop of rain fell onto my nose, which sent a chill down my back.
A £40 million pipeline has never carried a drop of water since it was built in North Yorkshire more than seven years ago.
a chocolate drop
A fitter person can experience a drop of more than 50 beats in the first minute.
A short distance from this site, Mr Tobin stops his van at the side of the mountain road where there is a steep drop to a stream.