|chat, to converse|
|to run away hurriedly; flee.|
|—vb , drips, dripping, dripped|
|1.||to fall or let fall in drops|
|2.||the formation and falling of drops of liquid|
|3.||the sound made by falling drops|
|4.||architect a projection at the front lower edge of a sill or cornice designed to throw water clear of the wall below|
|5.||informal an inane, insipid person|
|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|
The process of forming and falling in drops.
Moisture or liquid such as medication that falls in drops.