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drop by (sometime)
To come over and briefly visit or converse with someone at a future period in time. If you still have questions on the material, why don't you drop by my office sometime, and we'll go over everything step by step. Be sure to drop by the next time you're in the area.
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drop around (sometime)
An invitation to visit one at some non-specific time in the future. Hey, drop around sometime and we can catch up. Please drop around the next time you're in town—I'd love to see you.
drop in sometime
An invitation to visit one at some non-specific time in the future. Now that we're neighbors, I hope you'll drop in sometime.
Drop in sometime.
Visit my home or office sometime when you are nearby. Bob: Bye, Bill, nice seeing you. Bill: Hey, drop in sometime. Bob: Okay. "Drop in sometime," said Bob to his uncle.
We('ll) have to do lunch sometime,and Let's do lunch (sometime).
We must have lunch together sometime. (A vague statement that may lead to lunch plans.) Rachel: Nice to talk to you, Tom. We have to do lunch sometime. Tom: Yes, good to see you. I'll give you a ring. Tom: Can't talk to you now. Catch you later. Mary: We'll have to do lunch sometime. John: Good to see you, Tom. Tom: Right. Let's do lunch sometime. John: Good idea. I'll call you. Mary: Catch you later. Sue: Sure. Let's do lunch. Mary: Okay. Call me. Bye.
Let’s do lunch (sometime)and Let’s do the lunch thing
sent. Let us have lunch together sometime. Great seeing you, Martin, absolutely great. Let’s do lunch. Let’s do the lunch thing some time. Right, baby?