Idiom: At a drop of a dime
Meaning: If someone will do something at the drop of a dime, they will do it instantly, without hesitation.Country: American English | Subject Area: Money | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Drop in the ocean
- At the drop of a hat
- Hear a pin drop
- Drop in the bucket
- Dime a dozen
- Drop someone a line
- Stop on a dime
- Drop the ball
- Drop a bombshell
- Drop like flies
- Drop into your lap
- Water, water everywhere, nor any drop to drink
- Drop the hammer
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