Drippings are the juices, marinade, melted fat, and browned particles that are in the bottom of a pan or skillet after cooking meats. They form the base of many sauces.
Drippings are also juices and fat remaining in a pan after meat has been cooked. The drippings are often used as a base for sauce or gravy.
Drippings which is also known as brown bits is pronounced "dripp ings"