drop into

drop in(to) (something)

1. To let go of something so that it enters something else. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "drop" and "in" or "into." Oh, I just dropped my donation into the box outside.
2. To fall into something. Because Sean positioned himself well, the fly ball just dropped into his glove.
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drop someone or something into something

 and drop someone or something in
to let someone or something fall into something. He dropped a quarter into the slot and waited for something to happen. He dropped in a quarter. Johnny Green dropped a cat into a well He went to the well and dropped a coin in.
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You just drop and drop and drop into this black hole, with all this mist and smoke hitting you in the face.
Release a drop into the inside corner of your eye, and then open your eye to let the drop circulate.