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bubble

noun /ˈbabl/
a floating ball of air or gas
burbuja
Heat the liquid until bubbles start to appear.
bubbly adjective having bubbles
burbujeante, espumoso
a slightly bubbly white wine.
bubble gum noun a type of chewing gun which can be blown into bubbles through the lips
Chicle
a packet/pack of chewing gum.
bubble over phrasal verb to be full (with happiness etc)
rebosar de
She was bubbling over with excitement.
Translations of “bubble”
in Korean 거품…
in Arabic فُقّاعة…
in French bulle…
in Italian bolla, bollicina…
in Chinese (Traditional) 氣泡, 泡, 泡沫…
in Russian пузырь…
in Turkish hava kabarcığı…
in Polish bańka…
in Portuguese bolha…
in German die Blase…
in Catalan bombolla…
in Japanese 泡, 気泡…
in Chinese (Simplified) 气泡, 泡, 泡沫…
(Definition of bubble from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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