to drop off
to start to sleep, to go down slowly, to leave something somewhere
Past Participle form
I drop off a piece of cake for my neighbour every Wednesday.
Taxi drivers drop off passengers wherever they want.
A: Can you drop off this bag at the school please?
B: Can I drop it off on the way back from work?
A: Yes that's fine, but don't forget.
B: I won't.
I dropped off while watching the film. It was terrible.
The solicitor dropped off the file with his client.
A: Where are the Christmas presents?
B: I dropped them off at my mums house.
A: When did you go there?
B: This morning, while you were at the gym.
I'm dropping off a passenger at Main Street and then can come and collect you.
She's dropping the kids off at the swimming pool and then coming for lunch.
A: What are you doing?
B: I'm collecting and then dropping off a load of furniture.
A: What time will you finish?
B: About 5 tonight.
I'd dropped off to sleep during the speech so am unsure what the politician said.
She's dropped off her parents at the airport and now it's time to go home.
A: I've dropped off a present for Jack.
B: Thank you. What is it?
A: A toy car.
B: Oh, he'll love that.