drop it

drop it

Stop discussing this subject at once. Yes, I was late today—can we just drop it now? I don't want to talk about my ex anymore! Drop it!
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Drop it!

exclam. Forget it!; Never mind! Drop it! I should never have brought it up.
See also: drop
References in classic literature ?
"Hold it yup when you walk, but drop it in the house.
And in the third season after the drop it's 20pc - or approximately PS15m.
Dr Thomas Waite, of Public Health England's extreme events team, said: "As the temperatures drop it's really important to think about what you can do to prepare for the cold and protect more vulnerable friends and family from the ill effects of the cold.
Time United prepared for drop It's a painful time to be a Dundee United fan.
Mary Williams, Unite Community coordinator for Wales said: "It's time for Sports Direct to get into the festive spirit and drop it's 'Scrooge like' working conditions.
The penny's taken so long to drop it's turned rusty in the process.
Email her at joanne@joannewatkinson.co.uk 10DO NOT SHOP 'TIL YOU DROP IT'S no fun shopping for clothes when you are exhausted.
With the integration of innovative multi-touch control and drag & drop it's pleasant to swipe through music collections by cover art and to organize playlists.
Good idea DIY it Nip to it As temperatures drop it's time to prevent frost damaging precious plants.
I've been playing well for a few weeks and now the putts are starting to drop it's really starting to happen for me again."
HMOs or physician practices could use these measures and survey the doctors to see how they're doing, When scores start to drop it's an indicator that something's wrong with the practice, and it should be investigated.
Given the season-long struggle to avoid the drop it's a shock to see a Wolves player in the England squad.
BIRMINGHAM Airport spokeswoman Justine Hunt is correct to say that our airport should now drop it's "international" title (Mail, September 22).
4 As temperatures drop it's time for some real comfort food in front of the TV and John Cook has some ideal dishes to try 5 There's nothing quite like the smell of homemade bread, try Emma Jenkins' recipe for a lovely loaf 6 Find out why paths of blue carpet have appeared on the allotment.