dribble

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Pronunciation[change]

Verb[change]

Plain form
dribble

Third-person singular
dribbles

Past tense
dribbled

Past participle
dribbled

Present participle
dribbling

Dribbling a football/soccer ball
Dribbling a basketball
  1. If you dribble, you let saliva drip from your mouth; you drool.
  2. If something dribbles, it falls in drop or an uneven flow; it trickles.
  3. If you dribble a football/soccer ball, you run with it while controlling it with your feet.
  4. If you dribble a basketball, you bounce it up and down with one hand.