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drib·ble

(dri'bĕl),
1. To drool, slaver, drivel.
2. To fall in drops, as the urine from a distended bladder.

drib·ble

(dri'bĕl)
To drool, slobber, drivel.
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"They don't care, they dribble a little bit too much," he said.
Speaking at a charity auction for his foundation, the Neymar Institute, he said: "My game is to dribble, to face the opponent.
Lozano tries to dribble past Felipe Luis and unleash a shot, but the veteran Brazilian midfielder steps in to block the effort.
CFD simulations with imposed fuel injector dribble demonstrated that the measured fast FID tracers can accurately be reproduced in both magnitude and shape.
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"But the most important thing is to be effective, it's not to dribble just for the sake of dribbling.
"The technique and everything I had before - now you just know in which situation you have to move the ball quickly or to dribble, for example.
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