drop out v.
1. to die.
|Voices from the Love Generation 15: You can’t drop out, not even with suicide [...] You’d reincarnate.|
|Official Dancehall Dict. 15: Drop out dying suddenly or unexpectedly, especially under tragic circumstances: u. John drop out las’ week, star.|
2. to dismiss, to get rid of someone.
|You Flash Bastard 169: You hungry bastard – you must’ve earnt more than enough. Drop him right out.|
|Straw Boss (1979) 212: If they ever did get together, she’d tell Mike, ‘Drop out, we’re making a baby’.|
|Layer Cake 158: This bottle next door reckon someone give him two grand in readies to drop the bird out.|
|Viva La Madness 41: Eve’s dropped him right out, not even a letter, just stopped goin to see him.|