- v.滴; 细细地流; 使淌下; 慢慢地移动;
- n.滴; 涓流; 细流; 稀稀疏疏缓慢来往的东西;
- 复数: trickles;
- 第三人称单数: trickles;
- 过去式: trickled;
- 过去分词: trickled;
- 现在分词: trickling;
The flood of cars has now slowed to a trickle.
A trickle of refugees began to flee the country.
Trickle water gently over the back of your baby's head.
There was not so much as a trickle of water.
The stream had thinned down to a mere trickle.
There was a trickle of blood from the wound.
The stream has thinned down to a mere trickle.
A new trickle of sweat formed and rolled down his back.
It was shrunk into a little trickle of water through which I dashed above my knees.
Also, a charger that's labeled as having standby mode or trickle charge for fully charged batteries.
The trickle of water that joins the two could be gone completely within a few years.
Her voice caught in her throat as blood began to trickle out from beneath the door.
Someone dies, and a little trickle of indestructible keepsakes appears, to swell the flood.
有人死了, 留下了一些难以毁弃的念想儿, 虽是涓滴之微,也能鼓荡家中的大潮.
To serve its trickle of visitors, the city offers its own version of nightlife.
After hearing the order the crowd began to trickle away.
He felt the blood move stickily from his splIt'scalp and trickle down his forehead.
At first there was only a trickle of people, but soon a crowd arrived.
Since then, what started as trickle of apologies has turned into something of a flood.
Not risking a thing yet staying alive as sweet trickle, an underground resourse.
The stream has shrunk to a mere trickle.
Only a trickle of water came out of the pipe.
By 12∶15 the trickle had become a flow.
When a settlement is raided the peasants there slowly trickle out as mercenaries , peasants, and adventurers.
Trickle irrigation is especially suitable for watering trees or other large plants.
But in recent years, a trickle of studies have examined the question, with mixed results.
但是,近年来, 一系列的研究检验了这个问题, 结果不统一.
1. flowing in drops; the formation and falling of drops of liquid;
"there's a drip through the roof"
1. 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"