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dribble

US [ˈdrɪb(ə)l]
UK ['drɪbl]
  • n.带球;口水;【篮,足】运球
  • v.流口水;流涎;滴落;【篮,足】运(球)
  • Web盘带;滴下;盘球
Simple Present:dribbles  Past Participle:dribbled  Present Participle:dribbling  
dribble
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v.
1.
[i][t]
~ (sth)
流口水;垂涎to let saliva or another liquid come out of your mouth and run down your chin
2.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
一点一滴地落下;细流to fall in small drops or in a thin stream
Melted wax dribbled down the side of the candle.
熔化了的蜡一滴滴从蜡烛边上流下。
3.
[t]
~ sth (into/over/onto sth)
使滴出;使成细流to pour sth slowly, in drops or a thin stream
Dribble a little olive oil over the salad.
在色拉上面滴点橄榄油。
4.
[t][i]
~ (sth) (+ adv./prep.)
运球;带球;盘球to move the ball along with several short kicks, hits or bounces
She dribbled the ball the length of the field.
她带球从后场跑到前场。
He dribbled past two defenders and scored a magnificent goal.
他带球越过两个防守队员,射入非常精彩的一球。
n.
1.
[c]
小滴;细流a very small amount of liquid, in a thin stream
a dribble of blood
一滴血
Add just a dribble of oil.
只加一点点油。
2.
[u]
口水saliva (= liquid) from a person's mouth
There was dribble all down the baby's front.
这婴儿胸前淌满了口水。
3.
[c]
运球;带球;盘球the act of dribbling the ball in a sport

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