drop-off noun [C] (FALL) a fall in the amount, number, or quality of something: There has been a drop-off in the share price of both companies. Travel agents say there has been no drop-off in bookings. Some advise stopping the pills immediately, while others say a gradual dropoff is best.
drop off 1 Lit. [for a part of something] to break away and fall off. The car's bumper just dropped off—honest. I lifted boxes until I thought my arms would drop off. 2. Fig.to decline. Attendance at the meetings dropped off after Martin became president. Spending dropped off as the recession became worse. See also: drop, off
drop (drŏp) n. 1. a. A small amount of a liquid, drawn into a roughly spherical mass by surface tension. b. The quantity of liquid contained in such a mass, especially when measured out by a dropper. c. drops Liquid medicine administered in drops. d. A small quantity of a liquid: There isn't a drop of milk left. e.
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