English version

drop somebody a line/note

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdrop somebody a line/notedrop somebody a line/noteTCN informal to write a short letter to someone Drop us a line to let us know how you’re getting on. drop
Examples from the Corpus
drop somebody a line/noteIf he can not do so, perhaps he will drop me a line.Keep a folder on your desk, and during the year drop in notes about the special things you did.She pulled open a drawer to drop the note in.The telephone isn't connected yet but you can drop a note in.Other cities have dropped their line items without allowing departments to keep any of their savings.Do drop me a line, Mrs Surridge, or anyone else who's interested.Drop us a line sometime.After the people have been touched, they drop a £10 note, the usual donation, on the small table.Just wanted to drop you a note to say break a leg and all those other theatrical cliches.
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