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dabbleverb

uk   us   /ˈdæb.l̩/

dabble verb (TRY)

[I] to take a slight and not very serious interest in a subject, or try a particular activity for a short period: He first dabbled in politics when he was at law school. She dabbled with drugs at university.

dabble verb (MOVE IN WATER)

[T] to put part of your body, such as your hand or foot, into the water of a pool or stream, etc. and move it around
dabbler
noun [C] uk   /-lər/  us   /-lɚ/
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