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drop sb/sth off

informal
verb uk phrasal verb with drop   /drɒp/ us    /drɑːp/ (-pp-)
to take someone or something to a particular place, usually by car, as you travel to a different place: We dropped our luggage off at the hotel and went sightseeing.
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