|Origin:||dryppan; related to drop|
drip1 past tense and past participle dripped, present participle dripping
1 [intransitive and transitive]
to let liquid fall in drops:
The tap's dripping.
Her boots were muddy and her hair was dripping.
drip blood/water/sweat etc
John came in, his arm dripping blood.
be dripping with blood/sweat etc
The hand that held the gun was dripping with sweat.
to fall in drops