There are 2 translations of bulge in Spanish:

bulge1

Pronunciation: /bʌldʒ/

n

  • 1.1 (protrusion) bulto (m)
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    • The rounded bulge of its roof was visible above the dry-stone dyke.
    • The hernia may look like a bulge or swelling in the groin area.
    • They calculate that the plume's buoyancy, as inferred by seismic imaging, is just enough to produce a bulge in the overlying surface that matches the superswell in size and height.
    1.2 (temporary increase) aumento (m) pasajero a population bulge un aumento demográfico
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    • We who were born in the mid 50's are the biggest bulge of the baby boom cohort.
    • As the demographics I discussed earlier change, and as the baby boomers retire and the bulge flows through, there will be a huge increase in the cost of New Zealand superannuation.
    • That's a long time - long enough to weather most of the baby-boomer bulge.

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There are 2 translations of bulge in Spanish:

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vi

  • 1.1 (protrude) sobresalir* her eyes bulged at the thought los ojos se le salían de las órbitas de solo pensarlo to bulge with sth estar* repleto de algo the bag was bulging with books la bolsa estaba repleta de libros 1.2
    (bulging pres p)
    [pocket/bag] repleto; [eyes] saltón he has a bulging stomach tiene mucha barriga
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    • He could feel the blood pumping through the veins that were starting to bulge out of the neck muscles.
    • Sometimes it can be genuinely disabling without the right treatment, if a nerve is trapped or a disc is bulging.
    • Its order books are bulging and profits are up 70% on the back of a soaring aerospace market.
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    • Tony must feel like a man who has a wallet bulging with notes in one hand and a clutch of pressing bills in the other.
    • Newspapers bulge with travel advertisements and articles telling us about the wonders of the world.
    • He was carrying several shopping bags, bulging with packets and tins.

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