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Ready To Drop

Ready To Drop - to be very tired; to be too tired to stand up

  • We are ready to drop. We came back from shopping.
  • I was ready to drop, when I get home from work.
  • Our mother works very hard, so in the evening she is ready to drop.
  • We came back from the gym, and we are ready to drop.
  • After the football game, I think the team is ready to drop.
  • Are you ready to drop? Do you have more energy left?

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