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Hey guys, what does "drizzle all over" mean here:

"May I have some honey? Bear said to Snake.

To drizzle all over your sweet birthday cake?"

Could you transform it?

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In this context, drizzle means to pour in a fine stream.

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You wouldn't want to pour a lot of honey on something and spread it all over it with a knife. It would be too much honey; it would be too sweet. So, instead, you would have the honey in a dispenser that has a narrow spout, and you would pour a few thin lines of honey over the other food, like a cake, pancakes, sopapillas, etc.

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So the whole sentence "To drizzle all over your sweet birthday cake?" means:"To rain in a very gentle way all over your sweet birthday cake" It doesn't make sense to me. Do you mean that the honey will be on the top of the cake, just like a rain on the street?

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anonymousTo rain in a very gentle way

Hmm. Where did you get "rain"?

Below is a cake with drizzled white icing on it.

CJ