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drop by/in

informal
phrasal verb with drop uk   /drɒp/  us   /drɑːp/ verb (-pp-)
to visit someone: I dropped in on George on my way home from school. Drop by and pick up that book sometime.
Translations of “drop by/in”
in Chinese (Traditional) 拜訪,看望…
in Russian заходить к кому-либо…
in Turkish kısa bir ziyarette bulunmak, uğramak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 拜访,看望…
in Polish wpadać…
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