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dribble (ˈdrɪbəl)
1.  (usually intr) to flow or allow to flow in a thin stream or drops; trickle
2.  (intr) to allow saliva to trickle from the mouth
3.  (in soccer, basketball, hockey, etc) to propel (the ball) by repeatedly tapping it with the hand, foot, or stick
4.  a small quantity of liquid falling in drops or flowing in a thin stream
5.  a small quantity or supply
6.  an act or instance of dribbling
[C16: frequentative of drib, variant of drip]

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