Drop, DROP, drops or DROPS may refer to: * Drop (liquid) or droplet, a small volume of liquid ** Eye drops, saline (sometimes mydriatic) drops used as medication for the eyes * Drop (unit), a unit of measure of volume * Falling (physics), allowing an object to fall or drop


* Drop, Masovian Voivodeship, district in east-central Poland

Computers and technology

* Drop (SQL), a command in SQL queries to remove an existing database, table, index, or view * Drop (telecommunication), the portion of a device directly connected to the internal station facilities * Don't Route Or Peer (DROP) list, a list of spam sources


* Drops (confectionery), a general term for small, round sweets * Lemon drop (candy), a hard-sugar, lemon-flavored sweet * Hershey's Drops, chocolate sweets based on the Hershey bar * London drops, a Swedish/Finnish sugar-coated liquorice sweet * Drop (''Eng.'' Salty liquorice), a common Dutch sweet * Cough drop, or throat lozenge, a medicated confectionery


* Drops Cycling Team, a British women's professional cycling team * Drop (boxing), a type of punch used in boxing * Drop kick, a type of kick in various forms of football and rugby * Drop goal, a way of scoring points in rugby * Drop noseband, a type of noseband invented by the Spanish Riding School * Bat drop, a calculation used to regulate baseball bats * Drop ball (disambiguation)


* Drop (music), a section in music where the music will crescendo to a climax, pause briefly, then resume * Needle drop (DJing), a technique used by DJs to cue music quickly * Drops, a J-Pop voice acting group under the label Starchild * Drop, a slang term, used as a verb, to refer to a piece of music's release


* ''Drop'' (The Shamen album), 1987 * ''Drop'' (Bride album), 1995 * ''Drop'' (Gavin Harrison & 05Ric album), 2007 * ''Drop'' (Thee Oh Sees album), 2014 * ''D.R.O.P.'', a 1989 album by ZELDA


* "Drop" (The Pharcyde song), 1995 * "Drop" (Timbaland & Magoo song), 2001 * "Drop" (Rich Boy song), 2009 * "Drop" (Dallas Smith song), 2019 * "Drop", a song by Blue October from the album ''Consent to Treatment'', 2000 * "Drop", a song by Chloe x Halle from the EP ''Sugar Symphony'', 2016 * "Drop", a 1998 song by Kenji and Artofficial, early aliases for Mike Shinoda and Joe Hahn respectively * "Drop", a 2006 song by American jazz artist, Plunky * "Drop", a 2008 song by Ying Yang Twins

Other uses

* Drop (company), an American e-commerce company * Drop (loyalty program), a Canadian coalition customer loyalty program * Drop (policy debate), an argument that goes unanswered * Drop (b-boy move), a breakdancing technique * Ball drop, an annual event held every New Year's Eve in New York City's Times Square * Dead drop, a method of passing items or information within espionage tradecraft * Pigeon drop, a confidence trick performed by two con men * Prince Rupert's drop, a toughened glass bead made from molten glass * Voltage drop, a decrease in voltage across electrical devices in a circuit * Deferred Retirement Option Plan, or Deferred Retirement Option Program * Demountable Rack Offload and Pickup System (DROPS), a family of logistics vehicles operated by the British Army *''The Million Pound Drop'', a British game show

See also

* Droplets (disambiguation) * Dropout (disambiguation) * The Drop (disambiguation) * Dropped (disambiguation) * Drip (disambiguation) {{disambiguation