dribble

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To advance by dribbling
To let saliva drip from the mouth, to drool
to let something fall in drips
To bounce the ball on the floor with one hand at a time, enabling the player to move with it
A small amount of a liquid
A weak, unsteady stream; a trickle
To fall in drops or an unsteady stream, to trickle
In sport, the act of dribbling
In various ball games, to run with the ball, controlling its path with the feet
in various ball games, to move the ball, by repeated light kicks
{v} to drop or fall slowly, slaver, drivel
Controlling the ball on the ground with the feet
the propulsion of a ball by repeated taps or kicks
A drizzling shower; a falling or leaking in drops
Dribble is saliva that drops slowly from someone's mouth. His clothes are soaked in dribble. = drool
propel, "Carry the ball"; "dribble the ball"
The way a player controls the ball with her feet while on the move
To move the ball along the field with the feet while maintaining possession
When players dribble the ball in a game such as football or basketball, they keep kicking or tapping it quickly in order to keep it moving. He dribbled the ball towards Ferris He dribbled past four defenders Her dribbling skills look second to none
To move the ball by bouncing it on the floor
{i} small quantity; drop, drip, trickle; act of bouncing a basketball
To control the ball on the ground with the feet
To fall weakly and slowly
To let fall in drops
the propulsion of a ball by repeated taps or kicks propel, "Carry the ball"; "dribble the ball" let or cause to fall in drops; "dribble oil into the mixture
To bounce the ball off the ground in a continuing motion
run or flow slowly, as in drops or in an unsteady stream; "water trickled onto the lawn from the broken hose"; "reports began to dribble in"
If a person dribbles, saliva drops slowly from their mouth. to protect cot sheets when the baby dribbles = drool
To fall in drops or small drops, or in a quick succession of drops; as, water dribbles from the eaves
The method a player uses to swim with the ball TOP
{f} trickle, drip, ooze; bounce a basketball
surface application of fertilizer, usually in fluid form, in narrow band
let or cause to fall in drops; "dribble oil into the mixture
In football and similar games, to dribble the ball
An act of dribbling a ball
the propulsion of a ball by repeated taps or kicks propel, "Carry the ball"; "dribble the ball"
To live or pass one's time in a trivial fashion
To slaver, as a child or an idiot; to drivel
To swim with the ball, usually while it rides on the wake in front of the swimmer
a way of advancing the ball by a series of short taps with one or both feet
Bounce the ball
in basketball, to move the ball by repeatedly bouncing it on the floor of the court
saliva spilling from the mouth
To bounce the ball with one hand at a time, enabling the player to move with it
let saliva drivel from the mouth; "The baby drooled"
let or cause to fall in drops; "dribble oil into the mixture"
If a liquid dribbles somewhere, or if you dribble it, it drops down slowly or flows in a thin stream. Sweat dribbled down Hart's face Dribble the hot mixture slowly into the blender. = trickle
In various games, to propel (the ball) by successive slight hits or kicks so as to keep it always in control
flowing in drops; the formation and falling of drops of liquid; "there's a drip through the roof"
                        This is how one player moves the ball while keeping possession   The ball is kicked for short distances ahead of the player   Coach says:   "Dribbling the soccer ball should be done with the eyes up so the dribbler can see:   his/her teammates for a pass; the opponents to avoid a tackle; or the goal for a shot "
crossover dribble
A maneuver in which a dribbling player rapidly switches the ball from one side to the other in order to move around a defender
double dribble
A violation committed by dribbling for a second time without giving up possession of the ball
dribbler
A person who dribbles (salivates excessively)
dribbler
A person skilled at dribbling
dribbly
Prone to dribbling
dribbly
Having a viscous consistency, similar to dribble or drool
seal dribble
In soccer, a move where the player bounces the ball on their head while running at the opponent
double dribble
An illegal dribble in which a player uses both hands simultaneously to dribble the ball or begins to dribble the ball a second time after having come to a complete stop
double dribble
A violation in which a player dribbles the ball, stops, then begins to dribble again
double dribble
A violation in which a player resumes dribbling after having stopped a dribble series, or dribbles the ball with both hands simultaneously
double dribble
{f} perform a double dribble
double dribble
(1) The illegal act of dribbling, stopping, and then dribbling; (2) The illegal act of using both hands to dribbling the ball
double dribble
an illegal dribble in basketball (the player uses both hands to dribble or the player starts to dribble a second time after coming to a stop)
dribbler
One who dribbles
dribbler
a basketball player who is dribbling the ball to advance it
dribbler
a person who dribbles; "that baby is a dribbler; he needs a bib" a basketball player who is dribbling the ball to advance it
dribbler
a player who advances the ball while controlling it with his feet
dribbler
a person who dribbles; "that baby is a dribbler; he needs a bib"
dribbler
Nickname for British, solid brass, steam-powered toy locomotives made from the 1840's to the turn of the century; so called because they sometimes left a trail of water deposited from a steel cylinder
dribbler
a person who dribbles
dribbler
{i} something that drips; one who dribbles; one who bounces a ball
dribbles
plural of dribble
dribbles
third-person singular of dribble
dribbling
{i} dribble, propulsion of a ball by recurrent taps
dribbling
bouncing the ball with one hand, pushing it to the ground and often moving at the same time
dribbling
Running while keeping the control of the ball with the feet
dribbling
Present participle of to dribble
dribbling
The technique of moving and controlling the ball while swimming the front crawl stroke
dribbling
the propulsion of a ball by repeated taps or kicks
dribbling
Using soft touches of the feet to control and propel the ball on the ground without the aid of teammates Also called "improvisation"
dribbling
Basic skill of advancing and controlling the ball while running Rapid dribbling is known as speed dribbling
dribbling
To move the ball along the ground using the feet while keeping the ball under control
dribbling
the basic skill of advancing the ball with the feet while controlling it
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