Spanish translation of 'dabble'
salpicar ⧫ mojar
to dabble one’s hands/feet in water chapotear con las manos/los pies en el agua
to dabble in sth hacer algo/interesarse por algo superficialmente
to dabble in politics ser politiquero ⧫ politiquear
to dabble in shares jugar a la bolsa
I only dabble in it para mí es un pasatiempo nada más
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Example Sentences Including 'dabble'
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The firm also dabbled in designing rewards and incentives for its clients.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
All of which means you should think twice if you're about to dabble in body art.The Sun (2010)
He is also still dabbling in home furniture.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
He's also dabbled in acting.The Sun (2010)
Over the years, he has also dabbled in property.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Others, such as dabbling in drugs and domestic violence, he had to research.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Anger and railing against the dealer or her daughter for dabbling in drugs would send her under, she feared.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
But drugs workers also report an increasing number of elderly folk dabbling in hard drugs such as cocaine for the first time.The Sun (2015)
But she also dabbled in a lot of drugs.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
CHANNEL 4 bosses are planning to dabble in drugs again - with a new show looking at the effects of cannabis on the body.The Sun (2013)
He also began to dabble in underage drinking and smoking cannabis with schoolfriends.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
He should send a clear message - do not dabble in drugs, they are illegal and can mess your life up.The Sun (2007)
I guess I was like so many who first dabble with drugs and love what they are experiencing.The Sun (2009)
I had dabbled with drugs in the past.The Sun (2008)
I was 17 so got drunk and ended up getting whacked on drugs, dabbled in heroin and got a habit.The Sun (2006)
It was then that he began mixing with a bad crowd and dabbling in soft drugs.The Sun (2008)
You can't expect to dabble in drugs and not pay the penalty.The Sun (2007)
Left on her own for long periods at home, she began to take alcohol and dabble in drugs.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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British English: dabble VERB
If you dabble in something, you take part in it but not very seriously.
He dabbled in business.
Translation of dabble from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary