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drop a point

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdrop a pointdrop a pointDSto lose a point in a sports competition Real Madrid dropped a point at home yesterday. drop
Examples from the Corpus
drop a pointAfter 10 days and three predictable victories they were promoted, thanks to Woking dropping a point.But if they drop points, Leicester City or Derby County could triumph in a nail-biting finish.
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