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trickle

US [ˈtrɪk(ə)l]
UK ['trɪk(ə)l]
  • n.细流;涓流;稀稀疏疏缓慢来往的东西
  • v.小股流淌;慢慢走;(使)缓慢移动
  • Web滴;滴流;涓涓细流
Simple Present:trickles  Present Participle:trickling  Past Tense:trickled  
Trickle
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v.
1.
[i][t]
(使)滴,淌,小股流淌to flow, or to make sth flow, slowly in a thin stream
Tears were trickling down her cheeks.
眼泪顺着她的面颊流了下来。
Trickle some oil over the salad.
往色拉上滴些油。
2.
[i][t]
~ (sth) + adv./prep.
慢慢走;(使)缓慢移动to go, or to make sth go, somewhere slowly or gradually
People began trickling into the hall.
人们开始缓步进入大厅。
News is starting to trickle out.
消息渐渐传了出来。
n.
1.
细流;涓流a small amount of liquid, flowing slowly
2.
[ususing]
~ (of sth)
稀稀疏疏缓慢来往的东西a small amount or number of sth, coming or going slowly
a steady trickle of visitors
三三两两络绎不绝的游客

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