drop

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هَبَطَ \ alight: to get down (from a car or train), (of a bird) to come down from the air. climb down: to go down, using hands as well as feet: He climbed slowly down the cliff. come down: to fall: the price of sugar came down. The telephone wires came down in the storm. descend: to go down (stairs, a mountain, etc.): The aeroplane descended slowly. drop: to sink; become lower or weaker: The wind dropped. fall: to become lower or weaker: The price of bread has fallen. His spirits fell. sink: to go down; become lower; go below the surface (of the sea, etc.): His hopes sank. The sun was sinking in the west. The ship sank in a storm. \ See Also نزل (نَزَلَ)، سقط (سَقَطَ)، غرق (غَرِق)‏

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