It carves large holes into the shield. During warming periods, those holes will fill with water creating lakes.
Drip is one syllable.
"Drip" only has one syllable.
Drip, drip, drip, drip, drip, drip, drip, drip
Yes, but make sure it has drainage holes and won't drip on your table.
It is a liquid. Gravity makes it drip from leaky faucets, paper cups with holes in them, etc.
If you're referring to syllables, there is one syllable in the word drip.
no, drip is not a noun. drip is a verb.
The future tense of the verb 'drip' is will drip.
yes because the tiny pin sized holes get water trough them and the water builds up and then starts to drip
(water is dripping) drip "teki" (saline drip) drip tenteki
will drip or shall drip