drop-off (Meaning)

Wordnet

drop-off (v)

fall or diminish

change from a waking to a sleeping state

remove (cargo, people, etc.) from and leave

retreat

get worse

Wordnet

drop-off (n)

a noticeable deterioration in performance or quality

a steep high face of rock

a change downward

drop-off Sentence Examples

  1. The students were instructed to drop-off their textbooks at the library before leaving for the summer.
  2. I need to drop-off this package at the post office before it closes.
  3. The bus driver announced the next stop would be the designated drop-off point for the school.
  4. The ride-sharing service offers a drop-off option at any location within the city limits.
  5. We organized a drop-off program to collect donations for the local food bank.
  6. The store offers a convenient drop-off service for customers to return their online purchases.
  7. The airline's policy allows passengers to drop-off their luggage at the airport counter up to two hours before their flight.
  8. The restaurant implemented a drop-off and pickup system for customers who prefer to order food online.
  9. The taxi driver dropped-off the passengers at their hotel after a long journey.
  10. Due to construction, the school temporarily established a new drop-off and pickup zone for parents.

FAQs About the word drop-off

fall or diminish, change from a waking to a sleeping state, remove (cargo, people, etc.) from and leave, retreat, get worse, a noticeable deterioration in perfo

subside, die (away or down or out), diminish, decline, fall, fall away,decrease, ease, vanish, ebb

soar, appear, grow, enlarge, escalate, escalate, rise, pick up, swell, pick up

The students were instructed to drop-off their textbooks at the library before leaving for the summer.

I need to drop-off this package at the post office before it closes.

The bus driver announced the next stop would be the designated drop-off point for the school.

The ride-sharing service offers a drop-off option at any location within the city limits.