drop around (sometime)

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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.
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drop around (sometime)

 and drop by (sometime)
to come and visit (someone) at some future time. (Similar to drop in (on someone).) Nice to see you, Mary. You and Bob must drop around sometime. Please do drop around when you're out driving.
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drop around

(for something) to come for a casual visit that includes something such as tea, dinner, a drink, etc. Drop around for a drink sometime. Yes, please drop around.
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Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Toward the end of World War II, the United States was able to launch massive attacks on mainland Japan after seizing Okinawa, dropping around 7,000 tons of bombs, a study of US documents shows.
However, Asian markets - which took the biggest hit from the result - were rooted in the red, with Japan's Nikkei 225 index closing more than 5% lower and Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index dropping around 2%.
Government officials forecast however, that the population growth will begin dropping around the middle of next year, as various construction projects conclude and expatriates return home.
French shares were weak at the outset Monday, dropping around 1.
She was eventually forced to leave and go to the Holyhead warden's post when the bombs started dropping around her office.
Actor Guy Pearce, a longtime fan of the singer, has said of the anthologies: "For a fan there was nothing more satisfying, other than perhaps Kate herself dropping around for a quick cup of tea, than the arrival of an issue of HomeGround.
Group incomes are predicted to remain under pressure this year, dropping around 3 %.
SIDS rates started dropping around 1992, when pediatricians began recommending that babies be placed on their backs to sleep.
I have lived through war time Britain, so I know all about having to save to be able to carry on, when everything was rationed and a few landmines dropping around you just to keep you on your toes.
Summary: Real estate activity slowed in the first five months of 2013 with both the number of transactions and value dropping around 8 percent on a year-on-year basis.
The North Fork's luxury market did not fare too much better either, dropping around 33 percent for the quarter and 32 percent compared to 2012.
Losses were felt across European markets, with Germany and French stock prices also dropping around two per cent.
Corporate tax rates are dropping around the world, but that's only half the story, according to a survey of 114 countries by KPMG.
Compared to menopause in women, the effects of hormonal change move slowly, with testosterone levels dropping around one percent each year beginning in a man's late thirties, said Brannigan.
He added: "With on-trade volumes dropping around 10 per cent month on month, at that rate the crossover will be sooner rather than later.