The process by which water vapour is cooled into water is called condensation. The temperature outside the refrigerator is warmer compared to the temperature inside. When a cold bottle is taken out from the refrigerator, the water vapour present in the room surrounding the bottle condenses and form droplets of water on the surface of the bottle. This is called condensation. When these water drops become heavy, they begin to trickle down the surface of the bottle and fall on the table. This process of the falling of water is called precipitation.
The correct answer is B.