||I think the wind is finally
dying down. Tomorrow will be clear.
||to look for and find hidden
||Politicians like to dig up
embarrassing information about other politicians.
||The killer did his victim in by
||to do something again.
||Please do your composition over.
||Please do up your jacket before
you go outside.
||to be related to something
|| "What's a
carburetor?" "It has something to do with cars."?
||to continue for an extremely
||That boring movie dragged on and
on. I thought it would never end!
||to prolong something longer than
||Our boss drew the meeting out
until we were all bored and disinterested!
||to create a formal document; to
||The lawyer drew up the company
||to think of something new.
||Tom dreamed a lot of new
||to put on formal clothing
||I couldn't believe that the
bride didn't dress up for her own wedding! She wore blue jeans!
||to finish a drink
||Drink up everyone! The pub is
closing in five minutes!
|DROP IN ON
||to visit informally
||If you're in the area, we'd love
to see you. Please drop in on us any time.
|DROP OUT OF
||to stop attending a class; quit school
||Did you hear? Brett dropped out
of school last week. He decided to join the Navy.