Definitions for "dropper"
A program that installs a virus without being infectious itself. EICAR EICAR is a product of the European Institute for Computer Antivirus Research and is a special test file. This dummy file is detected by antivirus products exactly as if it were a virus. Naturally, the file is not a virus. When executed, EICAR.COM will display the text 'EICAR-STANDARD-ANTIVIRUS-TEST-FILE' and exit.
dropper is a carrier of a virus, dropping a virus or Trojan Horse when run or opened. Dropper programs do not contain a virus, just the code to create a virus file or program on the computer. This makes detection of a dropper very difficult.
A dropper is carrier file that installs a virus on a computer system. Virus author often use droppers to shield their viruses from anti-virus software. The virus code is usually contained in a dropper in such a way that it won't be detected by virus scanners that normally detect that virus (i.e., the dropper program is not infected with the virus). A dropper which installs a virus only in memory (without infecting anything on the disk) is sometimes called an "injector".
A branch vein which drops off from, or leaves, the main lode.
a player on a Backgammon server that purposely leaves the match before it has concluded, usually in a losing position
a player who intentionally leaves a match he is about to lose to avoid being charged with a loss
Keywords:  flies, fly, leader, bob, underwater
A fly that drops from the leader above the bob or end fly.
A short length of leader connected to the main leader with a fly attached..
a length of leader tied to the main leader on which other flies are added
Keywords:  bulb, pipet, outflow, obvious, squeezed
A dropping tube, usually of glass or plastic with a narrow opening at the tip and a rubber bulb at the top which can be squeezed to control intake or outflow of the fluid. The word is used in combinations with obvious significance, as eye dropper, medicine dropper, etc.
pipet consisting of a small tube with a vacuum bulb at one end for drawing liquid in and releasing it a drop at a time
Keywords:  dog, setter, habit, suddenly, sights
A dog which suddenly drops upon the ground when it sights game, -- formerly a common, and still an occasional, habit of the setter.
A bird dog cross.
a special case of a shaper (like a shaper with buffer size zero) All the modules except Private Module and Public Module are platform independent
Keywords:  one
One who, or that which, drops.