- vt. & vi. 滴，淌，细流 (cause to) flow in drops or in the thin stream
flowing in drops; the formation and falling of drops of liquid;
"there's a drip through the roof"
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"
- A river that flowed out of the lake was reduced to a trickle.
- Only a trickle of water came out of the pipe.
- No water to trickle down into the cabinets below.
- Blood trickled slowly down his cheek.
- The engine was trickling oil.
Another trickle of people came out of the Odeon.出自： F. O
Water..flowed in a very thin trickle over..pebbles.出自： C. Mungoshi
A trickle of perspiration ran down her forehead.出自： J. C. Oates
The trickle of political exiles..had become a steady stream.出自： A. Cohen
The tepid water trickled slowly into the bath.出自： V. Brittain
Sweat trickled down his neck.出自： P. H. Newby
He lifted a handful of sand and let it trickle on to his toes.出自： I. McEwan