1.To give information or share knowledge on a subject or just life in general.

2.To teach something.

3.To give advice or share wisdom.
1. I had no idea he was a interested in history until he began to drop knowledge about the Civil Rights movement. He really knew what he was talking about!

2. Guy: I can't seem to find that article on student activism I wanted to use for my essay in the library.
Girl: I took a class on library research.
Guy: Word? Come on then, drop that knowledge!

3. My younger cousin was going through a tough time with his girlfriend, so I had to drop some knowledge his way.
Por gehleek 22 de octubre de 2008
To act smart for this period of time.
Today i am gonna drop knowledge in front of the class.
Por Derek Stubbs 02 de octubre de 2007
To suck a dick. To drop dome.
My boyfriend told me to pull over and drop knowledge on him.
Por turtles r us 07 de abril de 2011
The act of ejaculating on a another person to enlighten them about your awesomeness.
Dude, I'm totally gonna drop knowledge all over that girls face later on. Educate a hoe.
Por Keepsitreallikethat 05 de noviembre de 2008
A term deriving from the San Francisco East Bay Area. Used to express one's desire to defecate.
Oh man, I need to go drop knowledge.
Por Jonathan Bowerbank 27 de abril de 2006

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