|1.||another name for drip|
|2.||to administer a solution (to someone) by means of a drip-feed|
|3.||to supply information constantly but in small amounts|
|4.||informal to fund (a new company) in stages rather than by injecting a large sum at its inception|
|5.||a constant supply of small amounts of information|
drip feed n.
Administration of blood, plasma, saline, or sugar solutions, usually intravenously, a drop at a time.
The device or tubes by which such a substance is administered.
The substance administered in this manner.