drool Meaning in Cambridge American English Dictionary
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droolverb [I]

 us   /drul/
to have some saliva (= natural, watery liquid) come out of the mouth: The baby drools and laughs, and it makes me happy. infml To drool is also to show great interest and pleasure: Some businesspeople would drool at the thought of such low taxes.
Translations of “drool”
in Chinese (Traditional) 流口水,垂涎…
in Russian пускать слюни…
in Turkish salyası akmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 流口水,垂涎…
in Polish ślinić się…
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