English to Maori Meaning of dribble - pātinitini

Dribble :

pātinitini, wai

pātinitinidribbleddribbleste taora ei
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Definitions of dribble in English
Noun(1) flowing in drops; the formation and falling of drops of liquid(2) saliva spilling from the mouth(3) the propulsion of a ball by repeated taps or kicks
Verb(1) run or flow slowly, as in drops or in an unsteady stream(2) let or cause to fall in drops(3) propel(4) let saliva drivel from the mouth
Examples of dribble in English
(1) You then dribble ice-cold gin down the side of the glass and watch as spindly white clumps form in the mixture.(2) He is taking the ball to the basket aggressively and making plays off the dribble for his teammates.(3) He paced the maze of corridors to the small conference room and burst into the room with a dribble of sweat trickling down his forehead.(4) I could never dribble the ball, but I was always basically a coach on the floor.(5) He also can score off the dribble , and that will be a boost to the interior offense.(6) He was diagnosed as having an enlarged prostate, which was preventing him relieving himself properly so he could only force a dribble out each time he went.(7) He can score from the inside or the outside, has the ability to handle the basketball and take players off the dribble .(8) It should dribble slowly, not run, from your finger.(9) A dribble of blood trickled from the corner of his mouth as he fought to find enough force to speak.(10) He'll have to do the one thing he seemed most afraid to do in the past two years: attack the basket on the dribble .(11) The club hopes he brings increased accuracy from the perimeter as well as the quickness and ability to make plays off the dribble .(12) She sat on the corner of the bed, which looked all the bigger with Michael's lonely figure curled up in the middle, nursing the glass of water and trying very hard not to dribble it on himself as he forced the liquid into his unwilling stomach.(13) Compared to many places in the world, our level of refugees is not so much a tide as a dribble .(14) For the waterfall fan there was a six-foot dribble , and a good walk finished in dappled sunlight and the hum of large hoverflies.(15) I'm willing to bet that the same person is responsible for putting the milk back in the fridge with mere dribble at the bottom of the bottle.(16) Sometimes he would dribble the ball 10 times before he would shoot, ignoring open teammates.
Related Phrases of dribble
(1) to dribble ::
ki te faahoro e
1. saliva ::
2. trickle ::
4. drool ::
5. drool ::
6. trickle ::
7. bounce ::
8. drop ::
9. slaver ::
10. filter ::
11. carry ::
1. pour ::
2. roll ::
3. stream ::
Different Forms
dribble, dribbled, dribbles, dribbling
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