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Meaning of “trickle” - Learner’s Dictionary

trickle

verb     /ˈtrɪkl/
trickle down/from/out of, etc
If liquid trickles somewhere, it flows slowly and in a thin line: She could feel the sweat trickling down her back.Movement of liquids
trickle in/into/out, etc
to go somewhere slowly in small numbers: People began to trickle into the classroom.Slow and moving slowly
trickle noun [C]
a trickle of blood
Translations of “trickle”
in Arabic يَقْطُر…
in Korean 흐르다…
in Malaysian menitis…
in French dégoutter…
in Italian colare, gocciolare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 液體…
in Vietnamese chảy chậm, chảy nhỏ…
in Spanish gotear, chorrear, resbalar un hilo de (sangre/agua)…
in Portuguese escorrer…
in Thai ไหลเป็นหยด…
in German tröpfeln…
in Catalan degotar, regalimar…
in Japanese (液体が)伝う, したたる…
in Indonesian menitik…
in Chinese (Simplified) 液体…
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