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Spanish translation of “dribble”

dribble

verb /ˈdribl/
to fall in small drops
gotear
Water dribbled out of the tap.
(of a baby etc) to allow saliva to run from the mouth
babear
The baby had dribbled food down its chin.
in football, basketball, hockey etc to move the ball along by repeatedly kicking, bouncing or hitting it
driblar
He dribbled the ball up the field.
(Definition of dribble from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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