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droolverb [I]

uk   /druːl/  us   /druːl/
to allow saliva (= liquid in the mouth) to flow out of your mouth: The dog lay drooling on the mat. I drooled all over my pillow.
Phrasal verbs

droolnoun [U]

uk   /druːl/  us   /druːl/
saliva that has come out of your mouth
(Definition of drool from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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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.
(Definition of drool from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “drool”
in Chinese (Simplified) 流口水,垂涎…
in Turkish salyası akmak…
in Russian пускать слюни…
in Chinese (Traditional) 流口水,垂涎…
in Polish ślinić się…
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