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drip

 (drĭp)
v. dripped, drip·ping, drips
v.intr.
1. To fall in drops: Water is dripping from that leaky faucet.
2. To shed drops: an umbrella that is dripping all over the floor.
3. To ooze or be saturated with or as if with liquid: a speech that dripped with sarcasm.
v.tr.
To let fall in or as if in drops: a brush dripping paint; a speech that dripped invective.
n.
1. The process of forming and falling in drops.
2.
a. Liquid or moisture that falls in drops.
b. A slight intermittent flow or leak: fixed the drip in the faucet.
3. See drip feed.
4. The sound made by liquid falling in drops: listened to the steady drip of the rain.
5. A projection on a cornice or sill from which rainwater can drip, protecting the wall below.
6. Slang A tiresome or annoying person.

[Middle English drippen; see dhreu- in Indo-European roots.]

drip

(drɪp)
vb, drips, dripping or dripped
to fall or let fall in drops
n
1. the formation and falling of drops of liquid
2. the sound made by falling drops
3. (Building) architect a projection at the front lower edge of a sill or cornice designed to throw water clear of the wall below
4. informal an inane, insipid person
5. (Medicine) med
a. the usually intravenous drop-by-drop administration of a therapeutic solution, as of salt or sugar
b. the solution administered
c. the equipment used to administer a solution in this way
[Old English dryppan, from dropa drop]

drip

(drɪp)

v. dripped, drip•ping,
n. v.i.
1. to let drops fall; shed drops: This faucet drips.
2. to fall in drops, as a liquid; dribble.
v.t.
3. to let fall in drops.
n.
4. an act of dripping.
5. liquid that drips.
6. the sound made by falling drops.
7. Slang. a boring or colorless person.
8. any device, as a molding, for shedding rainwater to keep it from running down a wall, falling onto the sill of an opening, etc.
9. the continuous, slow introduction of a fluid into the body, usu. intravenously.
[before 1000; Middle English dryppe, Old English dryppan; compare drop]

drip


Past participle: dripped
Gerund: dripping

Imperative
drip
drip
Present
I drip
you drip
he/she/it drips
we drip
you drip
they drip
Preterite
I dripped
you dripped
he/she/it dripped
we dripped
you dripped
they dripped
Present Continuous
I am dripping
you are dripping
he/she/it is dripping
we are dripping
you are dripping
they are dripping
Present Perfect
I have dripped
you have dripped
he/she/it has dripped
we have dripped
you have dripped
they have dripped
Past Continuous
I was dripping
you were dripping
he/she/it was dripping
we were dripping
you were dripping
they were dripping
Past Perfect
I had dripped
you had dripped
he/she/it had dripped
we had dripped
you had dripped
they had dripped
Future
I will drip
you will drip
he/she/it will drip
we will drip
you will drip
they will drip
Future Perfect
I will have dripped
you will have dripped
he/she/it will have dripped
we will have dripped
you will have dripped
they will have dripped
Future Continuous
I will be dripping
you will be dripping
he/she/it will be dripping
we will be dripping
you will be dripping
they will be dripping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been dripping
you have been dripping
he/she/it has been dripping
we have been dripping
you have been dripping
they have been dripping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been dripping
you will have been dripping
he/she/it will have been dripping
we will have been dripping
you will have been dripping
they will have been dripping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been dripping
you had been dripping
he/she/it had been dripping
we had been dripping
you had been dripping
they had been dripping
Conditional
I would drip
you would drip
he/she/it would drip
we would drip
you would drip
they would drip
Past Conditional
I would have dripped
you would have dripped
he/she/it would have dripped
we would have dripped
you would have dripped
they would have dripped
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.drip - flowing in dropsdrip - flowing in drops; the formation and falling of drops of liquid; "there's a drip through the roof"
flow, flowing - the motion characteristic of fluids (liquids or gases)
intravenous drip - slow continuous drip introducing solutions intravenously (a drop at a time)
2.drip - the sound of a liquid falling drop by drop; "the constant sound of dripping irritated him"
sound - the sudden occurrence of an audible event; "the sound awakened them"
3.drip - (architecture) a projection from a cornice or sill designed to protect the area below from rainwater (as over a window or doorway)
hoodmold, hoodmould, dripstone - a protective drip that is made of stone
projection - any structure that branches out from a central support
architecture - the discipline dealing with the principles of design and construction and ornamentation of fine buildings; "architecture and eloquence are mixed arts whose end is sometimes beauty and sometimes use"
Verb1.drip - fall in drops; "Water is dripping from the faucet"
dribble, drip, drop - let or cause to fall in drops; "dribble oil into the mixture"
come down, descend, go down, fall - move downward and lower, but not necessarily all the way; "The temperature is going down"; "The barometer is falling"; "The curtain fell on the diva"; "Her hand went up and then fell again"
2.drip - let or cause to fall in drops; "dribble oil into the mixture"
pour - cause to run; "pour water over the floor"
drip - fall in drops; "Water is dripping from the faucet"

drip

verb
1. drop, splash, sprinkle, trickle, dribble, exude, drizzle, plop a cloth that dripped pink drops upon the floor
noun
1. drop, bead, trickle, dribble, droplet, globule, pearl, driblet Drips of water rolled down his uniform.
2. (Informal) weakling, wet (Brit. informal), weed (informal), softie (informal), pussycat (Brit. informal), mummy's boy (informal), namby-pamby, ninny, milksop The kid is a drip!

drip

verb
To fall or let fall in drops of liquid:
noun
1. The process or sound of dripping:
2. Slang. An unpleasant, tiresome person:
Slang: dweeb, jerk, nerd, pill, poop.
Translations
يَقْطُرُجِهازُ تَقْطير السائِل في الجِسْمصَوْتُ القَطْرَهقَطْرَةقَطْرَه
kapatkapkakapačkakapání
dropdryppedryppeninfusionssætdråbe
tippatippuavuotaapisarapisaroida
kapatikapljicanakapatiukapaticijediti
csöpögésinfúzió
blóî- eîa vökvagjöf; dripp, dropateljaridripp, dropahávaîidrjúpa, falla í dropumdropi
したたりしたたる
똑똑 떨어지다물방울
iš kepamos mėsos ištekėję taukaiišdžiovinti ir nelygintikurio nereikia lygintilašėjimaslašelinė
pilepilēšanapilētvenozās infūzijas sistēma
kvapkanieprístroj na dávanie infúzie
kapljati
droppdroppadroppe
ทำให้หยดหยดน้ำ
damladamla makdamlama sesidamlamakserum aygıtı
chảy nhỏ giọtnhỏ giọt

drip

[drɪp]
A. N
1. (= droplet) → gota f
2. (= dripping sound) → goteo m
the drip, drip, drip of the tap was beginning to irritate herel constante goteo del grifo estaba empezando a irritarla
she could hear the constant drip of the rain outsideoía el constante gotear de la lluvia fuera
3. (= spineless person) → soso/a m/f
4. (Med) → gotero m, gota a gota m inv
she is on a driptiene puesto un gotero or gota a gota
B. VT the children came in dripping water all over the floorlos niños entraron chorreando agua por todo el suelo
try not to drip sauce onto the table clothprocura que la salsa no gotee en el mantel
you're dripping paint all over the placeestás chorreando pintura por todas partes, lo estás poniendo todo perdido de pintura
her knee was dripping bloodsu rodilla estaba chorreando sangre
C. VI [tap, faucet] → gotear
oil was dripping from under the carel coche perdía aceite
the rain was dripping down the walllas gotas de lluvia se deslizaban por la pared
sweat was dripping from his browle caían gotas de sudor de la frente
blood dripped from her fingerle caían gotas de sangre del dedo
I washed my jumper and left it to driplavé el jersey y lo dejé escurrir
see also dripping

drip

[ˈdrɪp]
n
[liquid, water] → goutte f
(= sound) [water] bruit de l'eau qui tombe goutte à goutte
(MEDICINE) (= equipment) → goutte-à-goutte m inv (= treatment) → perfusion f
to be on a drip [patient] → être sous perfusion
to be put on a drip [patient] → être mis(e) sous perfusion
(= person) → lavette f , nouille f
vi
[rain, water] → tomber goutte à goutte
[tap] → goutter
[washing] → s'égoutter
[wall] → suinter
vt (= spill) → répandredrip-dry drip dry [ˌdrɪpˈdraɪ] adj [shirt] → qui ne nécessite aucun repassage
to be drip-dry → ne nécessiter aucun repassage
"drip-dry" (on label)"ne pas repasser"

drip

vi (water, tap)tropfen; to be dripping with sweatschweißüberströmt or schweißgebadet sein; to be dripping with bloodvor Blut triefen; sweat was dripping off his foreheadder Schweiß triefte ihm von der Stirn; the walls were dripping with waterdie Wände waren triefnass; his voice was dripping with sarcasmseine Stimme triefte nur so vor or von Sarkasmus; she was dripping with jewellery (Brit) or jewelry (US) → sie strotzte nur so von Schmuck
vt liquidträufeln, tropfen; he was dripping water/blood all over the carpetWasser/sein Blut tropfte überall auf den Teppich; his clothes were dripping water all over the carpetvon seinen Kleidern tropfte Wasser überall auf den Teppich; careful, you’re dripping paint on my coatpass auf, die Farbe tropft mir auf den Mantel!
n
(= sound: of water, rain, tap) → Tropfen nt
(= drop)Tropfen m
(Med) → Infusionsapparat m, → Tropf m (inf); to be on a dripeine Infusion bekommen, am Tropf hängen (inf)
(inf: person) → Waschlappen m (inf)

drip

:
drip coffee
n (US) → Filterkaffee m
drip-dry
adj shirtbügelfrei
vibügelfrei sein; “drip-dry” (on label) → „bügelfrei“; let it driphängen Sie es tropfnass auf
drip-feed (Med)

drip

[drɪp]
1. n
a. (droplet) → goccia; (of blood, dew) → stilla; (sound, of water) → sgocciolio
b. (fam) (spineless person) → lavativo/a
c. (Med) → fleboclisi f inv
he's on a drip → gli stanno facendo la flebo
2. vt (liquid) → sbrodolare
you're dripping paint everywhere! → stai schizzando vernice dappertutto!
3. vi (tap) → perdere, gocciolare; (washing) → sgocciolare; (wall) → trasudare
to be dripping with sweat/blood → grondare sudore/sangue

drip

(drip) past tense, past participle dripped verb
to (cause to) fall in single drops. Rain dripped off the roof; His hand was dripping blood.
noun
1. a small quantity (of liquid) falling in drops. A drip of water ran down the tap.
2. the noise made by dripping. I can hear a drip somewhere.
3. an apparatus for passing a liquid slowly and continuously into a vein of the body.
ˈdripping noun
fat obtained from meat while it is roasting etc.
ˌdrip-ˈdry adjective
(of a garment etc) requiring no ironing if allowed to dry by hanging up.
verb
to dry in this manner.

drip

قَطْرَة, يَقْطُرُ kapat, kapka drop, dryppe tropfen στάζω, στάξιμο gota, gotear, goteo tippa, tippua goutte, goutter kapati, kapljica goccia, gocciolare したたり, したたる 똑똑 떨어지다, 물방울 druppel, druppelen dryppe, drypping kapnąć, kropla gota, pingar, pingo капать, капля dropp, droppa ทำให้หยด, หยดน้ำ damla, damlamak chảy nhỏ giọt, nhỏ giọt 滴下, 滴液

drip

n. gota, goteo; gotera;
postnasal ______ postnasal;
v. gotear.

drip

n goteo; postnasal — goteo posnasal or postnasal, goteo retronasal; vi (pret & pp dripped; ger dripping) gotear
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