- –v.i.3. to move a ball along by bouncing it or giving it short kicks so as to keep control of it.–v.t.1. to let flow in drops or small amounts; trickle: »
That leaky faucet is constantly dribbling water.SYNONYM(S): drip.2. to move (a ball) along by bouncing it or giving it short kicks: »
to dribble a basketball, dribble a soccer ball.–n.2. a small amount: »
Figurative. In the Funds a dearth of buyers and a dribble of sales were reflected in further losses (London Times).3. a very light rain; drizzle.4. the act of dribbling a ball.╂[< drib + -le]–drib´bler, noun.
Useful english dictionary. 2012.