Meaning of “dribble” - Learner’s Dictionary

dribble

verb uk us /ˈdrɪbl/
MOUTH [ I ]

If someone dribbles, a small amount of liquid comes out of their mouth and goes down their face:

Babies dribble a lot.
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:

Dribble some oil over the vegetables.
SPORT [ I, T ]

to move a ball along by using your hand to hit it against the ground or kicking it several times

dribble noun [ C, U ]

(Definition of “dribble” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)