1. Short for backdrop.
2. Verb. To release an object, subjecting it to the force of gravity.
Noun. Mechanism to achieve the above: "balloon drop," "confetti drop," (see drop box); "NYC Times Square NYE Ball drop."
3. Gaming parlance. Noun. Total amount wagered by patrons: "We didn't make any money on the box office for the Wayne Newton show, but the casino drop was up over $100,000."
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