- (of a liquid) fall slowly in drops or a thin stream；pour (a liquid) slowly in drops or a thin stream
- a thin stream of liquid; a trickle；saliva running from the mouth
verb: dribble, 3rd person present: dribbles, gerund or present participle: dribbling, past tense: dribbled, past participle: dribbled
noun: dribble, plural noun: dribbles
- 1. (of a liquid) fall slowly in drops or a thin stream rain dribbled down the window 同義詞
- ▪ pour (a liquid) slowly in drops or a thin stream he dribbled cream into his coffee
- ▪ allow saliva to run from the mouth his mouth was open and he was dribbling 同義詞
- 2. (chiefly in soccer, field hockey, and basketball) take (the ball) forward past opponents with slight touches of the feet or the stick, or (in basketball) by continuous bouncing he attempted to dribble the ball from the goal area he dribbled past a swarm of defenders
- 1. a thin stream of liquid; a trickle a dribble of blood 同義詞
- ▪ saliva running from the mouth there was dribble down his chin 同義詞
- 2. (in soccer, hockey, and basketball) an act or instance of taking the ball forward with repeated slight touches or bounces.
- an illegal dribble that occurs when a player dribbles with both hands simultaneously or ...
- commit or be charged with a double dribble.
Oxford American Dictionary
- (of a liquid) fall slowly in drops or a thin stream: rain dribbled down the window
- a thin stream of liquid; a trickle: a dribble of blood