drip

  • 1 Drip — may refer to: Dripping liquid Intravenous drip, in health and medicine Murphy drip, in proctoclysis Drip gas, natural gas condensate Drip irrigation, in agriculture and gardening Drip painting, an art style of dripping paint across a canvas Drip… …

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  • 2 drip — drip; drip·page; drip·per; drip·ple; drip·py; qua·drip·a·rous; eaves·drip; …

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  • 3 Drip — Drip, n. 1. A falling or letting fall in drops; a dripping; that which drips, or falls in drops. [1913 Webster] The light drip of the suspended oar. Byron. [1913 Webster] 2. (Arch.) That part of a cornice, sill course, or other horizontal member …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 4 drip — /drip/, v., dripped or dript, dripping, n. v.i. 1. to let drops fall; shed drops: This faucet drips. 2. to fall in drops, as a liquid. v.t. 3. to let fall in drops. n. 4. an act of dripping. 5. liquid that drips. 6. the sound made by falling… …

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  • 5 drip — [drip] vi. dripped or dript, dripping [ME dryppen < OE dryppan, intens. form (< Gmc * drupjan), akin to dreopan (Ger triefen), to drop, drip < IE * dhreub < base * dhreu , to break away > DREARY] 1. to fall in or as in drops 2. to… …

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  • 6 drip|py — «DRIH pee», adjective, drip|pi|er, drip|pi|est. 1. characterized by dripping; wet; rainy. 2. Slang …

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  • 7 Drip — Drip, v. t. To let fall in drops. [1913 Webster] Which from the thatch drips fast a shower of rain. Swift. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 8 Drip — Drip, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Dripped}or {Dript}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Dripping}.] [Akin to LG. drippen, Dan. dryppe, from a noun. See {Drop}.] 1. To fall in drops; as, water drips from the eaves. [1913 Webster] 2. To let fall drops of moisture or… …

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  • 9 DRIP — index exude Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 DRIP …

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  • 10 drip — drȉp m <G drìpa, N mn drìpovi> DEFINICIJA 1. med. intravenska injekcija koja se daje trudnicama za poticanje porođaja 2. žarg. ubod igle i uzimanje doze droge ETIMOLOGIJA engl. drip …

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  • 11 DRIP — (Dividend ReInvestment Plan) drɪp program that automatically reinvests dividends towards the purchase of additional shares (Finance) …

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  • 12 drip — [v] drop, trickle dribble, drizzle, exude, filter, plop, rain, splash, sprinkle, trill, weep; concept 181 Ant. pour …

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  • 13 drip — ► VERB (dripped, dripping) ▪ fall or let fall in small drops of liquid. ► NOUN 1) a small drop of a liquid. 2) an apparatus which slowly passes fluid, nutrients, or drugs into a patient s body intravenously. 3) informal a weak and ineffectual… …

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  • 14 drip — drip1 [ drıp ] verb 1. ) intransitive if a liquid drips, it falls in very small drops: Red paint had dripped on the floor. Sweat was dripping down his face. a ) transitive if you drip a liquid, you make it fall in very small drops: Drip some wax… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 15 drip — I UK [drɪp] / US verb Word forms drip : present tense I/you/we/they drip he/she/it drips present participle dripping past tense dripped past participle dripped 1) a) [intransitive] if a liquid drips, it falls in very small drops Red paint had… …

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  • 16 drip — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 water dripping ADJECTIVE ▪ slow, steady PREPOSITION ▪ drip of ▪ the steady drip of water from the tap 2 drop of water that falls …

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  • 17 drip — v. & n. v. (dripped, dripping) 1 intr. & tr. fall or let fall in drops. 2 intr. (often foll. by with) be so wet as to shed drops (dripped with blood). n. 1 a the act or an instance of dripping (the steady drip of rain). b a drop of liquid (a drip …

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  • 18 drip — 1. To flow a drop at a time. 2. A flowing in drops. alkaline milk d. a variable mixture of sodium bicarbonate in whole milk dripped into the stomach thro …

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  • 19 drip — drip1 [drıp] v past tense and past participle dripped present participle dripping [: Old English; Origin: dryppan; related to drop] 1.) [I and T] to let liquid fall in drops ▪ The tap s dripping . ▪ Her boots were muddy and her hair was dripping …

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  • 20 drip — I n. a steady drip II v. 1) (D; intr.) to drip from (the water was dripping from the tap) 2) (D; intr.) to drip with * * * [drɪp] (D; intr.) to drip with a steady drip (D; intr.) to drip from (the water was dripping from the tap) …

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