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[drip-ij] /ˈdrɪp ɪdʒ/
a dripping, as of water from a faucet.
an amount formed by dripping:
emptying the drippage from under the freezer.
Origin of drippage Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Some drippage can also occur, however, after the treated wood has been transferred to a storage yard to await shipment off-site.
  • The drippage should be recaptured so that it does not eventually enter the drainage system.
  • There shall be no free fat drippage when a wedge shaped cut is removed from the pizza.
  • Be cause some of these still exist there is drippage from the ceiling in the winter and spring seasons.
  • drippage is prevented in or on packaged products due to condensation, cooler pan leaks or other wet sources.
  • He explained the pictures of the overfill system, which is designed to catch drippage from tankers filling the tanks.
  • Wastewaters process residuals, preservative drippage.

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