Definition of 'dribble'
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Example sentences containing 'dribble'
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What happened to the days of great wingers taking people on, dribbling past people? Times, Sunday Times (2016)He was a right-footed left winger, a prolific scorer who cut in from the wing with pace and superb dribbling skills. Times, Sunday Times (2016)No samba style and no mazy dribbles or showboating. The Sun (2014)Others dribbled away over the next four years. Times, Sunday Times (2006) Slowly dribble in the cooked mixture and blend until smooth. The 8-Week Cholesterol Cure (1990)We talk about the technical ability and dribbling that he has. The Sun (2012)His dribbling skills and ability to beat opponents are a joy to watch. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The tricky winger then saw another effort go narrowly wide of the near post after another mazy dribble. The Sun (2013)Picture it slowly melting over charred meat or fish - it will quickly set the saliva dribbling. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Players on both sides displayed dribbling skills that would be the envy of many a Premiership player. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The midfielder dribbled past three defenders before netting his 16th goal of the season. The Sun (2016)Hard work is a skill, like dribbling or scoring goals. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They should look towards a bolder future, not dribbling their energy away on old squabbles. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Similarly, take the art of dribbling past a defender. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Lots of pace and dribbling ability, but also plays without fear. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It's so lacking in torque that you often stall when trying to dribble away in second. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It was a dribble past the entire team, and the whole stadium exploded. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I just want to dribble and do skills. The Sun (2015)She was fed liquid food through a tube, but saliva dribbled down as she had neither skin nor lips to retain anything. Times, Sunday Times (2010)His speed, skill, fast dribbling and ability to finish have caught the eye. The Sun (2010)
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Used Occasionally. dribble is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'dribble'
British English: dribble VERB
If a liquid dribbles somewhere, or if you dribble it, it drops down slowly or flows in a thin stream.
Sweat dribbled down his face.
Definition of dribble from the Collins English Dictionary
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