There are 2 translations of dribble in Spanish:

dribble1

Pronunciation: /ˈdrɪbəl/

vi

  • 1 (drool) babear he dribbles se le cae la baba, babea
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    • Stripes snaked down his body, yellowy eyes stared back at both warriors, orange fur bristled in the heat, and sharp canines dribbled with saliva.
    • His mouth dribbled at the thought of the human food; though it lacked the piquancy of live prey, it had strangely appetizing flavours.
    • And, for a number of babies, this can make them a little irritable, more inclined to wake up crying at night, more liable to drool and dribble, and need more soothing and comfort.
  • 2 [Sport/Deporte] driblar, driblear
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    • He had to use a hockey stick to dribble a ball round some cones.
    • That, of course, was exactly my plan, and I pushed past him, dribbling the ball down the field before scoring after many failed attempts at stealing the ball on his part.
    • Charging past him, she dribbled the ball with one hand, to get a shot in at the three-point line.

vt

  • 1to dribble saliva babear she was dribbling milk le chorreaba la leche por la boca dribble melted chocolate over the cake decorar el pastel con chorritos de chocolate fundido
  • 2 [Sport/Deporte] he dribbled the ball past o around a defender dribló or dribleó or regateó a un defensa

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There are 2 translations of dribble in Spanish:

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n

  • 1 1.1 uncountable/no numerable (saliva) baba (feminine)
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    • With a stretch, a yawn and a scratch, he adjusted his position and returned to sleep, a spot of dribble suspended from his mouth.
    • I had a bit of a snooze and woke up with dribble all down my shirt.
    • Man, where are the tissues when you need them - there was dribble everywhere.
    1.2 countable/numerable (of running liquid) chorrito (m), hilo (m) there's only a dribble left queda solo una gota or un poquito
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    • Once an emulsion has begun to form, you can increase the dribble to a thin, slow stream.
    • With thick dribbles of paint streaming down the canvases, a certain symmetry is achieved.
    • A dribble of blood trickled from the corner of his mouth as he fought to find enough force to speak.
  • 2 uncountable/no numerable [Sport/Deporte] dribling (m), regateo (m)
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    • He is taking the ball to the basket aggressively and making plays off the dribble for his teammates.
    • While he makes certain rookie ball-handling mistakes, he also shows a low dribble and ball control that lets him get to the hoop against tough defense.
    • He's an awesome athlete, knows how to play above the rim, and can take any Power Forward off the dribble.

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