drop in
drop in
intransitive verb phrase
1. (colloquial) (general) 
a. pasar 
If we have time, we'll drop in after lunch.Si tenemos tiempo, pasaremos después del almuerzo.
b. dejarse caer (colloquial) 
Since they were in the neighborhood, they thought they would drop in on Marc and Guille.Como estaban en el barrio, se dejaron caer en casa de Marc y Guille.
drop in
intransitive verb
1. (general) 
a. no direct translation 
to d in on somebodypasar a visitar a alguien
drop in
(visit) pasar por casa etc; dejarse caer por casa etc
do drop in any time ven a vernos cuando quieras; to drop in on pasar por casa de; they dropped in on us yesterday pasaron por casa ayer; nos visitaron de improviso ayer
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