drop below (something)

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drop below (something)

To fall below a certain level. If the temperature drops below 32 degrees, this water will freeze. You'll lose your scholarship if your grades drop below a B-.
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drop below someone or something

to fall to a point lower than someone or something. The gunman dropped below the cowboy's hiding place and got ready to take a shot. The temperature dropped below the freezing point.
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Fresh to strong northwesterly wind is expected to affect the country on Tuesday with speeds ranging inshore between 12 and 30kt causing dusty atmosphere, with visibility dropping below 3km in some areas," it said.
NICK Grimshaw's Radio 1 breakfast show has plunged to its lowest listening figures since he took over the slot, dropping below five million for the first time in his tenure.
PSC) from the island's stock exchange market on December 11 due to its stock net worth dropping below zero, to minus NT$1.
To avoid the nightmare scenario, Gers will have to outlast Hapoel Tel Aviv to prevent Scotland dropping below Israel.
Early testing has shown the levels dropping below the 80 ppb limit.
Dropping below the 85 level isn't a given, as it is the site of heavy put open interest.
What's more, it appears that NUE may be able to withstand today's news without dropping below the 50 level.
Supporting a bearish bias at this point is price dropping below both the 55 and 200 day SMAs.
Since dropping below that trendline, EBAY has found support at the 105 level.
MSFT will likely resolve this consolidation at some point in the near future, either by dropping below the ascending trendline or surging beyond the 30 mark.
Unemployment has fallen significantly, dropping below state levels but still slightly above county and national averages.
When the test participants ate Clif Bars, their blood sugar levels rose moderately, peaking at 30 minutes to 40 minutes and never dropping below baseline during the entire two-hour period in which they were monitored.