- 1.1 (of soap) pompa (f); (of air, gas) burbuja (f); (in paintwork) ampolla (f); (in lens, glass) burbuja (f) de aire to blow bubbles hacer* pompas speech/thought bubble bocadillo (m), globito (m) (en una historieta)More example sentences
More example sentences1.2 (illusion) the bubble burst when … se rompió el encanto cuando …
- Her wet-sleeved urchin takes advantage of the soapy water to blow bubbles.
- Holding her breath, she dove into the water and blew bubbles.
- She had created this illusion with her faith, as one makes bubbles, blowing on soap water.
- Drawn beads are produced from a bubble of molten glass that is drawn into a long hollow tube.
- Stirring the mortar sample for 30 seconds releases entrained air bubbles into a viscous liquid at the base of a column of water.
- One that caught my eye seemed to be a mass of bubbles in blown glass.
- 1 1.1 (form bubbles) [lava] bullir*; [champagne] burbujearMore example sentences1.2 (make noise) [stream] borbotear, borbotar
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- She saw the boats pulling away from the docks and the water foamed and bubbled beneath them.
- She stirred a pot of stew that bubbled above the fire.
- Meanwhile Andrew lived simply on a diet of mussels and whelks and the occasional boiled crab that bubbled in the pot.
- The aim of the bubbling fountains is to create water sounds which are meant to be soothing.
- The use of rhythm is usually absent, in favor of floating bass and bubbling sine waves.
- Not far away is Rotorua, a tourist spot famed for its steam, geysers, bubbling mud and foul, sulphurous smells.