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English definition of “mail drop”

mail drop

noun [C] (also maildrop)
 
 
US COMMUNICATIONS
an address used only to receive letters and packages to be picked up later: Many entrepreneurs have a prestigious office address that's really just a mail drop.
a container that holds letters and packages until they are picked up: There is now a drive-by mail drop around the side of the building.
a time when letters and packages are delivered: First thing in the morning I had a mail drop to sort and file.
(Definition of mail drop from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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