Translation of drippy in Spanish:

drippy

Pronunciation: /ˈdrɪpi/

adj (-pier, -piest)

  • 1.1 (rainy) (American English/inglés norteamericano) lluvioso 1.2 [colloquial/familiar] [person] soso [colloquial/familiar]; [story/novel] sensiblero, sentimentaloide
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    • I lost sight of Austin when some drippy, gooey slow song started to play.
    • While it might seem this could be just another drippy and hackneyed heart-of-the-West melodrama, this made-for-TV movie is actually quite engaging, mostly because of its wholesome approach.
    • A drippy woman wished me good morning and asked ‘How are you?’

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