Definition of 'bubble gum'
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Example sentences containing 'bubble gum'
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As he left the car, I looked back and saw pieces of bubble gum on my car upholstery. Christianity Today (2000)
On bubble-gum cards, and Saturday morning cartoons, or in the stores on T-shirts and album covers. THE GREAT AND SECRET SHOW (2001)No, not that bubble-gum pink Henry, it's much too "Barbie" --- try this fuchsia. RESCUING ROSE (2001)Understanding their dilemma, Stan insisted that we would have to leave soon before he died of ` bubble-gum pop ' exposure. THE MANANA MAN (2001)
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Used Rarely. bubble gum is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'bubble gum'
British English: bubble gum /ˈbʌbl ɡʌm/ NOUN
Bubble gum is a sweet substance similar to chewing gum. You can blow it out of your mouth so it makes the shape of a bubble.
- American English: bubble gum
- Arabic: لِبان بالون
- Brazilian Portuguese: goma de mascar
- Chinese: 泡泡糖
- Croatian: žvakaća guma
- Czech: žvýkačka
- Danish: ballontyggegummi
- Dutch: kauwgum
- European Spanish: chicle globos
- Finnish: purukumi
- French: chewing-gum
- German: Bubblegum
- Greek: τσίχλα
- Italian: gomma da masticare
- Japanese: 風船ガム
- Korean: 풍선껌
- Norwegian: bobletyggis
- Polish: balonówka
- European Portuguese: pastilha elástica
- Romanian: gumă de mestecat
- Russian: жевательная резинка
- Spanish: chicle
- Swedish: bubbelgum
- Thai: หมากฝรั่ง
- Turkish: balonlu çiklet
- Ukrainian: жувальна гумка
- Vietnamese: kẹo cao su
Definition of bubble gum from the Collins English Dictionary
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