English version

a dribble of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisha dribble of somethinga dribble of somethingLIQUIDa small amount of liquid There was a dribble of brandy in the bottom of the bottle. dribble
Examples from the Corpus
a dribble of somethingIn another cupboard they found half a bottle of whisky and a dribble of brandy in the bottom of a Courvoisier bottle.I watch the horrible dream drive away and disappear in a dribble of tail-lights.Meanwhile, only a dribble of money finds its way into the provision of hydrants.There was a dribble of sweat at Holly's forehead.
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