to drop out
- withdraw from established society, especially because of disillusion with conventional values
- The market drop has cleaned me out.
- Please drop by when you go out for shopping sometimes.
- Do you really want to drop out of high school?
- Are you absolutely sure you want to drop out of school?
- I had to drop out of college and get a job.
- Tom decided to drop out of school and work full-time.
- If I drop out of contact, let the police know, OK?
- Please drop it in the mail if it's not out of your way.
- It is easier for heaven and earth to disappear than for the least stroke of a pen to drop out of the Law.
- Reducing drop-out rates appear to be an important problem.
- Thinning-out of drop-ropes shall not take place during the production cycle, however sub-division of drop ropes shall be permitted without increasing stocking density at the outset.
- In order to prove this, the container is subjected to a drop test, and a specified number of pressure cycles are carried out.
- The aid enabled MobilCom not only to stay in business but also to carry out a physical reorganisation, to reorient its marketing strategy, to drop customers with lower profit margins from its clientele and to focus on profitable customers.
- any increased morbidity or mortality or significant drop in production data in holdings is immediately reported to the competent authority, which shall carry out appropriate investigations in accordance with the diagnostic manual;
- any increased morbidity or mortality or significant drop in production data in holdings is immediately reported to the competent authority, which shall carry out appropriate investigations in accordance with instructions given by the official veterinarian;