to spend money on something; to purchase something
dude just dropped 20 bones on that classic '65 mustang!
by nitro March 19, 2004
In competitive forensics, to drop means to lose a round, esp. in elimination rounds.
Irma: Did you win that last round?
JJ: No, I dropped.
by bitterspice May 30, 2005
An order preparatory to doing a repetition of push-ups, usually punitive.
Corporal Bohannon, drop and give me 50.
by megnao flimpis July 28, 2003
To give birth.
Tammyjo was ready to drop her third cyhild
by harry flashman July 24, 2003
To deliver a child
Brenda looks like she's about to drop.
by pentozali January 01, 2014
A fancy car upgraded with expensive accessories such as big rims, gold/chrome trimming, TV's inside, game systems etc. The word "drop" is often used in modern rap songs (as of 2005).
Jon's an asshole so I shot out the tires on his brand new drop with my 9mm.
by Pronoun April 13, 2007
v. To drop: To adjust an automobile's suspension by shortening the springs in an attempt to make it as low to the ground as is physically possible. The elevation of zero can be acheived, however, with the aid of bags.
Person A: Yo, when you gonna drop this bitch?
Person B: Man, she's already an inch off the ground.
Person A: That's why god invented bags, foo!
by Vertically Challenged April 21, 2004
when someone breaks up with someone or kicks em to the curb
Oh I dropped him last week!
by bob January 04, 2004

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