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Verb: drop out
Meaning: to leave a competition or activity.
He dropped out of the club.
Tom dropped out of the tournament.
Tom dropped out of the competition.
He dropped out half way into the race.
Roger dropped out just before the finish.
Tom dropped out of the race when he fell off his bike.
Many members dropped out of the club when the dues were raised.
Verb: drop out
Meaning: to quit school.
I dropped out of college.
She dropped out of school.
Tom dropped out of school.
They dropped out of school.
Tom dropped out of college.
I’m dropping out of school.
He dropped out of high school.
Tom dropped out of high school.
I’m not dropping out of school.
They dropped out of their school.
Tom wanted to drop out of school.
Tom dropped out of bartending school.
Who told you that I dropped out of school.
Tom has decided not to drop out of school.
Dan dropped out of school at age thirteen.
I had to drop out of college and get a job.
He dropped out of college in the first year.
He dropped out of school in his second year.
He dropped out when he was in the 7th grade.
Tom dropped out of school to work full-time.
Do you really want to drop out of high school?
Tom shouldn’t have dropped out of high school.
We were told Tom wanted to drop out of school.
Tom dropped out of school when he was thirteen.
Tom dropped out of college and moved to Boston.
Tom dropped out of college when he was a junior.
Tom wondered why Mary had dropped out of school.
Tom doesn’t know why Mary dropped out of college.
I think you’ll regret it if you drop out of school.
I dropped out of school when I was in the 7th grade.
Tom decided to drop out of school and work full-time.
You never told me why you dropped out of high school.
Boys are more likely than girls to drop out of school.
Dan planned to drop out of college and move to Canada.
Are you absolutely sure you want to drop out of school?
Tom didn’t tell anyone that he’d dropped out of school.
Tom told me you were planning on dropping out of school.
Dan dropped out of college and started looking for a job.
Did Tom ever tell you why he decided to drop out of school?
Tom dropped out of school and started working when he was thirteen.
Tom had to drop out from college because he couldn’t afford tuition.
Unfortunately, I had to drop out of college because I couldn’t afford the tuition.
Having dropped out of school, Tom worked as a whistle-blower, a.k.a. a football referee.
Meaning: Quit a course
She DROPPED OUT of college and went straight into a good job.