Definition of 'bubbly'
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Example sentences containing 'bubbly'
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Don't clam up: your bubbly personality no doubt helped you get here. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She was bubbly and full of life. The Sun (2013)She was bright and bubbly and had lots of friends. The Sun (2010)She is gorgeous with a bubbly personality. The Sun (2010)He gets up in the morning bright and bubbly. The Sun (2010)Potential performers need a bubbly personality and a background in dance or theatre. The Sun (2010)On the outside she was happy and bubbly. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He was a fantastic bubbly person. The Sun (2007)One of my colleagues is a loud, bubbly character. Times, Sunday Times (2009)She's lively and bubbly and loves going out with friends. The Sun (2011)He was a terrific character, bubbly and had a great attitude. The Sun (2010)He is a bubbly character, full of life. The Sun (2007)The manager keeps us bright and bubbly, focusing on ourselves. Times, Sunday Times (2014)A bubbly bath will help you relax. The Sun (2008)She roars with laughter, recalling the reaction of her security guards when they were first asked to pour cases of bubbly into her bath. Times, Sunday Times (2013)She was very outgoing, a very bubbly, fun person. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'bubbly'
British English: bubbly ADJECTIVE
Someone who is bubbly is very lively and cheerful and talks a lot.
...a bubbly girl who loves to laugh.
Definition of bubbly from the Collins English Dictionary
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