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Pronunciation of Drips: Learn how to pronounce Drips in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word drip:

verb (drips, dripping, dripped)
[no object]
let fall or be so wet as to shed small drops of liquid:
the tap won’t stop dripping
his hands were dripping with blood
[with adverbial] (of liquid) fall in small drops:
water dripped from her clothing
[with object] cause or allow (a liquid) to fall in small drops:
the candle was dripping wax down one side
display a copious amount or degree of a particular quality or thing:
the women were dripping with gold and diamonds
[with object]:
his voice dripped sarcasm
1a small drop of a liquid:
she put the bucket on top of the dresser to catch the drips
the action or sound of liquid falling steadily in small drops:
the drip, drip, drip of the leak in the roof
(also drip feed) Medicine an apparatus which passes fluid, nutrients, or drugs drop by drop into a patient’s body on a continuous basis, usually intravenously:
he had been on a drip for several days
2 informal a weak and ineffectual person:
I hope that drip isn’t still pursuing you
3 Architecture a projection on a moulding, channelled to prevent rain from running down the wall below. Compare with dripstone.

Old English dryppan, drČ³pen, of Germanic origin; related to Danish dryppe, also to drop