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dribble

verb
 
 
/ˈdrɪbl/
MOUTH [I] If someone dribbles, a small amount of liquid comes out of their mouth and goes down their face.
ağzından sıvı sızmak/akmak; salyası akmak
Babies dribble a lot.Movement of liquids
LIQUID [I, T] If a liquid dribbles, it falls slowly in small amounts, and if you dribble a liquid, you pour it so it falls slowly in small amounts.
damla(t)mak
Dribble some oil over the vegetables.Movement of liquids
SPORT [I, T] to move a ball along by using your hand to hit it against the ground or kicking it several times
dripling yapmak, topu kısa vuruşlarla ilerletmek
General terms used in ball sports
dribble noun [C, U]
akıntı
(Definition of dribble from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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