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bubble

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈbʌbl/ ECONOMICS
a temporary period when a lot of people invest in a stock, property, or a product that becomes much more expensive than its real value: After the tech bubble burst, few investors were willing to put their money into developing companies.
a period of great success, which usually ends very suddenly: Economists fear that the economic bubble will pop and lead to a new recession.
Translations of “bubble”
in Arabic فُقّاعة…
in Korean 거품…
in Malaysian buih…
in French bulle…
in Turkish hava kabarcığı…
in Italian bolla, bollicina…
in Chinese (Traditional) 氣泡, 泡, 泡沫…
in Russian пузырь…
in Polish bańka…
in Vietnamese bong bóng…
in Spanish burbuja…
in Portuguese bolha…
in Thai ฟอง…
in German die Blase…
in Catalan bombolla…
in Japanese 泡, 気泡…
in Indonesian gelembung…
in Chinese (Simplified) 气泡, 泡, 泡沫…
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