snoop around = look around a place trying to find secrets (irritating other people)
- A man was snooping around our shop this morning. He pretended to be a customer but I had a feeling he wanted to find out about our business.
- If she comes again snooping around, tell her it is not her business what we do in our family.
- They were snooping around the office and I thought they were tax collectors.
- The manager sometimes comes downstairs to snoop about.
- His secretary 's job is mainly to snoop around the office and report to the boss.
- The inspector came by and started asking questions. He is snooping around to find more about the case.
- I dropped in to see Jane yesterday.
- I dropped in at the hospital to see my grandmother.
- My children always drop in on me every weekend.
- Drop in to see me when you are in town.
- I dropped in on Mary on my way to the office.
- Could you drop in at the doctor's and get the prescription for my medicine?
- We dropped into a bar for a beer.
- I dropped into the supermarket for some milk and butter.
- I dropped into the baker's for a loaf of bread.