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Pronunciation of Dribbles: Learn how to pronounce Dribbles in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word dribble:

verb
1 [no object and usually with adverbial of direction] (of a liquid) fall slowly in drops or a thin stream:
rain dribbled down the window
[with object and adverbial of direction] pour (a liquid) slowly in a thin stream:
he dribbled cream into his coffee
[no object] allow saliva to run from the mouth:
his mouth was open and he was dribbling
2 [with object and adverbial of direction] (in soccer, hockey, and basketball) take (the ball) forwards past opponents with slight touches of the feet or the stick, or (in basketball) by continuous bouncing:
he attempted to dribble the ball from the goal area
noun
1a thin stream of liquid; a trickle:
a dribble of blood
[mass noun] saliva running from the mouth:
there was dribble down his chin
2(in soccer, hockey, and basketball) an act of taking the ball forward with repeated slight touches or bounces:
a mesmerizing dribble by Daley took him through to confirm Villa’s victory
Derivatives
dribbler
noun
dribbly
adjective
Origin:
mid 16th century: frequentative of obsolete drib, variant of drip. The original sense was ‘shoot an arrow short or wide of its target’, which was also a sense of drib