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Definition of Dribble


  1. To fall in drops or small drops, or in a quick succession of drops; as, water dribbles from the eaves.
  2. To slaver, as a child or an idiot; to drivel.
  3. To fall weakly and slowly.
  4. To let fall in drops.
  5. A drizzling shower; a falling or leaking in drops.
  6. In various games, to propel (the ball) by successive slight hits or kicks so as to keep it always in control.
  7. In football and similar games, to dribble the ball.
  8. To live or pass one's time in a trivial fashion.
  9. An act of dribbling a ball.

Dribble Quotations

At the end of 2003, my game was complete. Shooting, defense, using the dribble, transition, midrange stuff was all there. Then it was about fine-tuning and trying to improve in each area.
Kobe Bryant

Not everything has a happy ending, and not everything has an ending. Some things just kind of dribble away or cut off abruptly.
Susanna Kaysen

My parents were kind of over protective people. Me and my sister had to play in the backyard all the time. They bought us bikes for Christmas but wouldn't let us ride in the street, we had to ride in the backyard. Another Christmas, my dad got me a basketball hoop and put it in the middle of the lawn! You can't dribble on grass.
Jimmy Fallon

My game is based on improvisation. Often, a forward does not have the time to think too much. You have a second, rarely more, to decide whether to dribble, shoot or pass to the right or left. It is instinct that gives the orders.

If you're playing for five hours you don't want to score goals all the time and I loved dribbling. I could score a goal, but I preferred to dribble.
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Dribble Translations

dribble in French is baver
dribble in Italian is sbavare
dribble in Spanish is goteo
dribble in Swedish is droppa, dribbla
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