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They then coalesce to form larger bubbles. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It can be profoundly distressing to have your bubble burst. The Sun (2016)Add the banana and leave to bubble away. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This is one housing bubble you might actually want. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It was like breathing through bubbles. The Sun (2016)The bubbles form due to dissolved carbon dioxide, which are produced during fermentation inside the bottles. Times, Sunday Times (2016)If not, better to burst the bubble while you are still emotionally intact. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It's right there, bubbling at the back of your throat. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The three-hour Thames cruise also includes a glass of bubbles and a threecourse meal. The Sun (2016)After shaking a bottle of Scotch, the length of time the surface bubbles survive is proportional to the proof. Times, Sunday Times (2016)That and music that seems to bubble through you like vintage champagne. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Turn the heat up so that the liquid is bubbling furiously. The Sun (2012)They had burst the bubble of their mediocrity. Times, Sunday Times (2007)There was a speculative bubble because it was so easy to borrow. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Suddenly there were tables and people and the bubble of conversation. Times, Sunday Times (2008)There is a possibility that the gas could bubble up and sink any nearby ships. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The anger bubbles below the surface of the ready smile and the relaxed manner. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Quickly brown both sides of one tortilla until bubbling and golden. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Otherwise the band is tight and the excitement is bubbling under. Times, Sunday Times (2010)These were tiny wooden paddles with a little bubble of glass. Times, Sunday Times (2010)She took the cap off it and checked it for air bubbles. Ridgway, Roy Caring for your Unborn Child (1990)Within seconds of the impact a great bubble of cloud formed over the city centre. Baxter, Stephen Anti-Ice (1993)Wonderful bubbles of optimism are coursing round my body again. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This should keep things bubbling along nicely. Times, Sunday Times (2015)You just have to bring them back down and keep bubbling away. The Sun (2016)Success is like a bubble and only appears now and then. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Splash the vinegar into the pan and cook until the liquid has bubbled away. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We had just seen the dotcom bubble burst but there were still exciting things to be done on the internet. Times, Sunday Times (2014)

Sinónimos de bubble

air ball, drop, bead, blister
sudden strong feeling, welling-up

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Traducciones de bubble

Inglés británico: bubble /ˈbʌbl/ NOUN
Bubbles are small balls of air or gas in a liquid.
...a bubble of gas.
  • Inglés americano: bubble
  • Árabe: فُقّاعَة
  • Portugués brasileño: bolha
  • Chino: 泡沫
  • Croata: mjehurić
  • Checo: bublina
  • Danés: boble
  • Holandés: bubbel
  • Español europeo: burbuja
  • Finlandés: kupla
  • Francés: bulle
  • Alemán: Blase Luft
  • Griego: φυσαλλίδα
  • Italiano: bolla sfera
  • Japonés:
  • Coreano: 거품
  • Noruego: boble
  • Polaco: bańka
  • Portugués: bolha
  • Rumano: bulă
  • Ruso: пузырек
  • Español: burbuja
  • Sueco: bubbla
  • Tailandés: ฟอง
  • Turco: kabarcık
  • Ucraniano: бульбашка
  • Vietnamita: bong bóng
Inglés británico: bubble VERB
When a liquid bubbles, bubbles move in it, for example because it is boiling or moving quickly.
Heat the seasoned stock until it is bubbling.


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