- A downpour or snowstorm. Mass amounts of precipitation.
I can't get out tonight. It's dropping sack outside.
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sack# — sack n *bag, pouch sack vb *dismiss, discharge, cashier, drop, fire, bounce sack vb pillage, despoil, spoliate, *ravage, devastate, waste Analogous words: plunder, *rob, loot, rifle: * … New Dictionary of Synonyms
sack — [v1] remove from position of responsibility ax*, bounce*, can*, cashier, discharge, dismiss, drop, expel, fire, give a pink slip*, give marching orders*, give the boot*, kick out, send packing*, ship, terminate; concept 351 Ant. employ, hire sack … New thesaurus
drop — vb 1 *fall, sink, slump, subside Analogous words: *descend, dismount: *lapse, relapse, backslide: slip, *slide: expire, elapse (see PASS) Antonyms: mount 2 * … New Dictionary of Synonyms
Drop kick — For other uses, see Drop kick (disambiguation). Not to be confused with dropkick. A drop kick is a type of kick in various codes of football. It involves a player dropping the ball and then kicking it when it bounces off the ground. It contrasts… … Wikipedia
drop — Synonyms and related words: abandon, abate, abdicate, abeyance, abjure, ablate, acknowledge defeat, act drop, advantage, asbestos, asbestos board, ascend, ax, backdrop, backslide, balm, balsam, bank, bate, batten, be bereaved of, be confined, be… … Moby Thesaurus
sack — Synonyms and related words: acquire, assault, attack, ax, bag, balloon, banditry, barbarize, barrel, basket, batter, be seized of, bed, bedstead, bladder, boot, boot out, bottle, bounce, box, box up, break, brigandage, brigandism, brutalize, bump … Moby Thesaurus
drop — n 1. globule, glob, droplet, bead, gutta; blob, bubble; dewdrop, pearl, tear; spheroid, oval; earring, ornament, pendant. 2.(usu. all of liquid) small quantity, bit, little, Inf. smidgen, minim, Chiefly Brit., Inf. spot; speck, trickle, splotch,… … A Note on the Style of the synonym finder
sack — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. bag; destruction, pillage; wine. v. t. ravage, plunder, pillage, despoil; slang, discharge, fire. See stealing, receptacle, ejection. sack out II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [A bag] Syn. sac, pouch, pocket;… … English dictionary for students
drop a bollock — Vrb phrs. To make a mistake. E.g. It was the third time in a week that he d dropped a bollock. No wonder he got the sack … English slang and colloquialisms
Pigeon drop — is the name of a confidence trick in which a mark or pigeon is convinced to give up a sum of money in order to secure the rights to a larger sum of money, or more valuable object. In reality the scammers make off with the money and the mark is… … Wikipedia