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bubble US English

A thin sphere of liquid enclosing air or another gas

bubble lift US English

A ski lift with enclosed cabins

bubble in bubble lift US English

A ski lift with enclosed cabins

bubble bath US English

A bath of water with liquid, crystals, or powder added to make it foam and have a fragrant smell

bubble car US English

A small car with a transparent domed canopy and typically three wheels

bubble pack US English

another term for bubble wrap.

bubble tea US English

A cold, frothy drink made with iced tea, sweetened milk or other flavorings, and usually with sweet black balls or “pearls” made from tapioca

bubble wrap US English

Plastic packaging material in sheets containing numerous small air cushions designed to protect fragile goods

soap bubble US English

An iridescent bubble consisting of air in a thin film of soapy water

bubble canopy US English

A transparent domed canopy on an aircraft or bubble car

bubble level US English

another term for level3noun3noun3noun.

bubble memory US English

A type of memory in which data is stored as a pattern of magnetized regions in a thin layer of magnetic material

hubble-bubble US English

A hookah

bubble chamber US English

An apparatus designed to make the tracks of ionizing particles visible as a row of bubbles in a liquid

bubble economy US English

An unstable expanding economy; in particular, a period of heightened prosperity and increased commercial activity in Japan in the late 1980s brought about by artificially adjusted interest rates

on the bubble in bubble US English

(Of a sports player or team) last or among the last awaiting news about qualifying for the final place in a competition

on the bubble US English

(Of a sports player or team) last or among the last awaiting news about qualifying for the final place in a competition

burst someone's bubble in bubble US English

Shatter someone’s illusions about something or destroy someone’s sense of well-being

bubble and squeak US English

Cooked cabbage fried with cooked potatoes and often meat

South Sea Bubble US English

A speculative boom in the shares of the South Sea Company in 1720 that ended with the failure of the company and a general financial collapse

bubble up in bubble US English

(Especially of a negative feeling) become more intense and approach the point of being vehemently expressed

bubble with or over with in bubble US English

(Of a person) be exuberantly filled with an irrepressible positive feeling

burst someone's bubble US English

Shatter someone’s illusions about something or destroy someone’s sense of well-being

bubblegum US English

Chewing gum that can be blown into bubbles

bubble shell in bubble US English

A marine mollusk that typically has a thin scroll-like shell

bubblehead US English

A foolish or empty-headed person

antibubble US English

A membrane of air, submerged in liquid and surrounding a sphere of liquid

Westminster village US English

The politicians, civil servants, and journalists working in and around Westminster, typically considered as a community removed from the experiences and concerns of the general public

Westminster bubble in Westminster village US English

The politicians, civil servants, and journalists working in and around Westminster, typically considered as a community removed from the experiences and concerns of the general public

bubble US Thesaurus

the bubbles rose in the glass

bubble English-Spanish

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bubble wrap English-Spanish

plástico m, con burbujas

bubble-wrap English-Spanish

envolver* en plástico con burbujas

bubble and squeak English-Spanish

plato de repollo y papas

bubble up English-Spanish

borbotear, borbotar, burbujear

bubble over English-Spanish

she was bubbling over with enthusiasm/joy

Bubble Wrap in bubble wrap English-Spanish

plástico m, con burbujas


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