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fizz

verb   /fɪz/
If a liquid fizzes, it produces a lot of bubbles and makes a continuous s sound. (of a liquid) to produce a lot of bubbles and make a continuous s sound burbujear I could hear the champagne fizz as he poured it into my glass.1277
(Definition of fizz from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

fizz

verb /fiz/
(of a liquid) to release or give off many small bubbles burbujear I like the way champagne fizzes.
fizzy adjective ( comparative fizzier, superlative fizziest)
gaseoso fizzy lemonade.
(Definition of fizz from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “fizz”
in Vietnamese xèo xèo, xì xì…
in Malaysian berbuih…
in Thai ปล่อยฟองฟู่…
in French pétiller…
in German sprudeln…
in Chinese (Simplified) 产生气体, (液体)起泡并发咝咝声…
in Indonesian bergelembung…
in Chinese (Traditional) 産生氣體, (液體)起泡並發噝噝聲…
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