dabble

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İngilizce - İngilizce
To participate or have an interest in, but not so seriously

She's an actress by trade, but has been known to dabble in poetry.

To partially wet (something) by splashing or dipping; connotes playfulness

The children sat on the dock and dabbled their feet in the water.

{v} t ply in water, wet, smear, meddle
play in or as if in water, as of small children
To wet by little dips or strokes; to spatter; to sprinkle; to moisten; to wet
To take small amounts of drugs irregularly, usually narcotics
dip a foot or hand briefly into a liquid
{f} play in water; be superficially involved or interested; wet slightly, splash
To dabble in the funds; to dabble in politics - i e to do something in them in a small way (Dutch, dabbelen, our dip and tap )
dip a foot or hand briefly into a liquid work with in a non-serious manner; "She dabbles in astronomy"; "He plays around with investments bu he never makes any money"
To play in water, as with the hands; to paddle or splash in mud or water
If you dabble in something, you take part in it but not very seriously. He dabbled in business Magicians do not dabble, they work hard
To work in slight or superficial manner; to do in a small way; to tamper; to meddle
work with in a non-serious manner; "She dabbles in astronomy"; "He plays around with investments bu he never makes any money"
To bob forward and under in shallow water so as to feed off the bottom
dabble agent
{i} part-time travel agent (Derogatory term)
dabbling
An act in which something is dabbled in
dabbling
Present participle of dabble
dabbler
{n} one who dabbles, one who meddles
dabbled
covered patchily; often used in combination; "waves dabbled with moonlight"; "a blood-spattered room"; "gardens splashed with color"; "kitchen walls splattered with grease
dabbled
Simple past and past participle of to dabble
dabbler
{i} one who dabbles, one who does not become deeply involved in something
dabbler
any of numerous shallow-water ducks that feed by upending and dabbling
dabbler
One who dabbles
dabbler
an amateur who engages in an activity without serious intentions and who pretends to have knowledge
dabbler
One who dips slightly into anything; a superficial meddler
dabbles
Third person singular simple present of to dabble
dabbling
Present participle of to dabble
dabble