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Dribble

Dribble

sabbern, tröpfeln, dribbeln, Tröpfchen, tropfen, kleckern
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dribble

noun

small amount of liquid

noun

sport

noun

trickle

verb

to advance by dribbling

verb

to bounce the ball with one hand at a time

verb

to fall in drops or an unsteady stream

verb

to let saliva drip from the mouth

verb

to let something fall in drips

verb

to move the ball, by repeated light kicks

verb

to run with the ball, controlling its path with the feet

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dressing gown
dressing material
dressing materials
dressing room
dressing table
dressing up
dressing-gown
dressing-room
dressing-table
dressmaker
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dressmaking
Dressy
Drew
drew a line
drey
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Dribbled
Dribbles
Dribbling
driblet
dried
dried cod
dried flower
dried fruit
dried meat
dried up
drier
Dries
dries up
Driest
drift
drift apart
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