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    Default Drop a Dime

    The idiom "Drop a dime" is defined incorrectly in the (very useful) dictionary. To drop a dime - to inform the police about someone's illegal activities.

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    Thank you for that.

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    Thank you

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    Glad to help, the site is great, thank you guys!

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