Noun: сброс снятие
Adjective: сбрасывающий беспорядочный


dropping of shank - отделение рульки

dropping temperature - температура каплепадения

dropping to zero - опускающийся до нуля; опускание до нуля; падающий до нуля

dropping-tube - бюретка

dropping vial dropper - капельница

dropping voltage generator - генератор с падающей характеристикой напряжения

fossil dropping - копролит

dropping electrode - выносной ртутный электрод; капельный электрод; капающий электрод

electrolyte dropping electrode - электролитный капельный электрод

flare dropping - сбрасывание хвостовой юбки

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She kept dropping off at her desk. - Она постоянно засыпала за партой /за рабочим столом/.

the eerie whistle of dropping bombs - жуткий свист падающих бомб

The bombs are dropping on enemy targets. - Бомбы падают на вражеские объекты.

U.S. planes began dropping bombs on the city. - Американские самолёты начали сбрасывать бомбы на город.

Student numbers have been dropping away recently. - В последнее время количество студентов всё уменьшается.

It really annoys me when I see people dropping litter. - Меня очень раздражает, когда люди мусорят у меня на глазах.

She's been dropping behind the rest of the class recently. - Последнее время она отстаёт в учёбе от своих одноклассников.

Miles had been dropping heavy hints about the cost of petrol. - До этого Майлз многозначительно намекал на стоимость нефти.

The manager has no qualms about dropping players who do not perform well. - Тренер безо всяких сомнений избавляется от игроков, которые плохо выступают.

Retirement meant dropping out of a whole network of people who had been part of my life. - Выйти на пенсию означало покинуть целое сообщество людей, которые были частью моей жизни.

Companies often use the economy as a scapegoat to avoid taking responsibility for dropping sales. - Компании часто используют плохое состояние экономики в качестве козла отпущения, чтобы не брать на себя ответственность за падение продаж.

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Связанные термины:

drop: If a level or amount drops or if someone or something drops it, it quickly becomes less.

backdrop: A backdrop is a large piece of cloth, often with scenery painted on it, that is hung at the back of a stage while a play is being performed.

name-drop: If you say that someone name-drops, you disapprove of them referring to famous people they have met in order to impress people.

paradrop: the delivery of personnel or equipment from an aircraft by parachute

r-dropping: characterized by the absence of the sound ( r ) in postvocalic position in the same syllable, as often encountered in speech identified with the southern and eastern United States and with most of England; r-less

jaw-dropping: Something that is jaw-dropping is extremely surprising, impressive, or shocking .

name-dropping: the practice of referring frequently to famous or fashionable people, esp as though they were intimate friends, in order to impress others

dropping bottle: a bottle with correlated lengthwise grooves in the neck and in the stopper, permitting a controlled flow of the liquid contents in the form of drops

drop by: If you drop by, you visit someone informally.

drop in: If you drop in on someone, you visit them informally, usually without having arranged it.

air drop: An air drop is a delivery of supplies by aircraft to an area that is hard to get to. The supplies are dropped from the aircraft on parachutes .

drop away: If land or ground drops away, it slopes down so that it is at a lower level to where you are or from a particular point that has been mentioned .

drop off: If you drop off to sleep, you go to sleep.

drop out: If someone drops out of college or a race, for example, they leave it without finishing what they started .

be dropping like flies: be dying in large numbers within a short period of time

drag and drop: the process of moving data from one place to another on the screen by manipulating a mouse with its button held down

dropout: a student who fails to complete a school or college course

drop forge: a device for forging metal between two dies, one of which is fixed, the other acting by gravity or by steam or hydraulic pressure

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Однокоренные слова:

droppings - навоз, помет животных, то, что падает каплями

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