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soap bubble

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Definition of soap bubble in English:

noun

An iridescent bubble consisting of air in a thin film of soapy water.
Example sentences
  • What is sought is mediation, as light and casual as the film of a soap bubble, capable of maintaining the critical balance between these conflicting global pressures.
  • The bubble would look like a soap bubble with them inside of it.
  • Thin colors shifted around like there was a soap bubble over her eyes, bright like neon but blended enough to look faded.

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