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drop it/the subject

C2 to ​stoptalking about something, ​especially because it is ​upsetting or ​annoying: I don't ​want to ​talk about it any more - let's drop the ​subject.
(Definition of drop it/the subject from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “drop it/the subject”
in Chinese (Simplified) 别提了,不说了(尤指令人苦恼或烦扰之事)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 別提了,不說了(尤指令人苦惱或煩擾之事)…
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