What Is a Drone?

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A drone is a male bee. The function of the drone is to mate with the queen bee, as drones are unable to sting and do not do any other work in the colony. In reference to this, the word drone is also used to refer to a person who is considered lazy or one who lives off others.
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drone
[drohn]
NOUN
1.
the male of the honeybee and other bees, stingless and making no honey.
2.
a person who lives on the labor of others; parasitic loafer.
3.
a drudge.
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In music, a drone is a harmonic or monophonic effect where a note or chord is continuously sounded throughout most or all of a piece. The word drone is also used to refer to any part of a musical instrument.
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