To stop using an app or deleting it
“Yo, I dropped it
“Dropped what?”
“Snapchat. Them streaks were taking too much time to send.”
by Lena.0206 July 25, 2018
to pay a short, often unannounced visit
"Hi, I was in the neighborhood so I though I'd drop by"
by nick ))) February 23, 2015
To stop talking about something, especially because it is upsetting or annoying.
by BlackPohatu September 14, 2016
When you have no vape and are forced to drink the vape juice a drop at a time. Not ideal.
Sophie: I brought my vape!
Brian: Man! I forgot mine! Can I get a drop?
Sophie: Sure!
Brian: I'm Dropping!
by bayanik August 7, 2017
When the music drops, the beat starts kicking in, the song hits the point when it can shoot a shiver down your spine
Go to youtube, type in bonkers dizzee rascal doorly dubstep remix, select the first video that appears, fast foward to 1:34 and that my friend is the drop
by Dubaholic December 25, 2009
v.
1. To knock someone over, usually associated with the first hit in a fight.
2. To spend (generally a lot of) money; to buy something.
3. To release an album.

n.
1. An expensive car/convertible. (see whip)
v.
1. I'm gonna drop that kid if he don't back the f*** off.
2. Nigga, I dropped 500 G's on these rocks.
3. Nelly dropped two albums at once this week and they both at the top of the charts.

n.
1. We just got back from the Bentley dealership, bro, you seen the new drop?
by g $ mikey September 26, 2004