English - Vietnamese Dictionary
drip /drip/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- sự chảy nhỏ giọt, sự để nhỏ giọt
- (từ lóng) người quấy rầy, người khó chịu
- nội động từ
- ((thường) + with) ướt sũng, ướt đẫm
- to be driping wet: ướt sũng, ướt đẫm
- to drip with blood: đẫm máu, máu đầm đìa chảy thành giọt
- ngoại động từ
- để chảy nhỏ giọt, làm nhỏ giọt
+flowing in drops; the formation and falling of drops of liquid
+the sound of a liquid falling drop by drop
+(architecture) a projection from a cornice or sill designed to protect the area below from rainwater (as over a window or doorway)
+fall in drops
+let or cause to fall in drops
Advanced English Dictionary
1 dribble, trickle, drop; drizzle, sprinkle:
The tap began to drip and kept me awake all night.
2 dribble, trickle, drop, dripping:
Yes, it was the drip from the tap that kept me awake.
3 milksop, bore, wet blanket, killjoy, damper, Colloq Brit wet, weed, Colloq wimp, Slang pill, drag, US and Canadian milquetoast:
Must you invite that drip George?
verb, nounCollocation Dictionary
+ verb (-pp-)
1 [V] [usually +adv./prep.] (of liquid) to fall in small drops: She was hot and sweat dripped into her eyes. + Water was dripping down the walls.
2 to produce drops of liquid: [V] The tap was dripping. + Her hair dripped down her back. + [VN] Be careful, you're dripping paint everywhere!
3 ~ (with) sth (written) to contain or hold a lot of sth: [V] The trees were dripping with fruit. + [VN] His voice dripped sarcasm.
1 [sing.] the sound or action of small drops of liquid falling continuously: The silence was broken only by the steady drip, drip of water from the roof.
2 [C] a small drop of liquid that falls from sth: We put a bucket under the hole in the roof to catch the drips.
3 (AmE also IV) [C] (medical) a piece of equipment that passes liquid food, medicine or blood very slowly through a tube into a patient's VEIN: She's been put on a drip.
4 [C] (informal, becoming old-fashioned) a boring or stupid person with a weak personality: Don't be such a drip-come and join in the fun!
1 water dripping
the steady drip of water from the tap
2 drop of water that falls down from sb/sth
VERB + DRIP
There were buckets to catch the drips from the ceiling.
DRIP + VERB
Drips fell from the roof of the cave.
drips from the tap
3 medical equipment
intravenous | saline
VERB + DRIP
fix up, set up | be attached to, be on
He is on a saline drip.
| attach sb to, put sb on | take sb off
He was taken off his drip last night.
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