Definition of bubbly in English:

bubbly

Line breaks: bub¦bly
Pronunciation: /ˈbʌbli
 
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adjective (bubblier, bubbliest)

1Containing bubbles: bake until the top is crisp and bubbly
More example sentences
  • So I've just spent an hour in the bath wallowing in bubbly stuff, salts, scrubs, my expensive shampoo and conditioner, and it was wonderful.
  • I'm just asking if you want a refreshing bubbly beverage.
  • Perhaps they preferred bubbly drinks to soap bubbles.
Synonyms
2(Of a person) full of cheerful high spirits: a bright and bubbly personality
More example sentences
  • He was a bright and bubbly character and an excellent brother to his two younger sisters.
  • The bright and bubbly child looked alert and happy, surrounded by members of her foster family.
  • At school, of course, I was the same bright and bubbly person I always was.
Synonyms
excited, elated, merry, happy, cheerful, cheery, perky, sunny, airy, breezy, bright, bright and breezy, enthusiastic
North American informal peart

noun

[mass noun] informal Back to top  
Champagne: I’ll get us a little bottle of bubbly
More example sentences
  • You can sample a pint or two at Two Poets Pub or sip bubbly at the Champagne Bar.
  • To celebrate, a bottle of bubbly will be provided to the couple following the ceremony.
  • This stunning, deep, ripe, fruity, toasty waxy vintage bubbly is a rare Easter treat.
Synonyms
champagne, sparkling wine;
Frenchmousseux;
Italianspumante;
Spanishcava;
South African perlé
informal champers, fizz, sparkler

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