bubble over


bubble over

v. (D; intr.) to bubble over with (the children were bubbling over with excitement)


Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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  • bubble — [bub′əl] n. [ME bobel, of echoic orig., as in MDu bubbel] 1. a very thin film of liquid forming a ball around air or gas [soap bubbles] 2. a tiny ball of air or gas in a liquid or solid, as in carbonated water, glass, etc. 3. anything shaped like …   English World dictionary

  • bubble — [[t]bʌ̱b(ə)l[/t]] bubbles, bubbling, bubbled 1) N COUNT Bubbles are small balls of air or gas in a liquid. Ink particles attach themselves to air bubbles and rise to the surface. ...a bubble of gas trapped under the surface. 2) N COUNT A bubble… …   English dictionary

  • bubble — bub|ble1 [ bʌbl ] noun count * 1. ) a ball of air or gas in a liquid: Gas bubbles in any liquid tend to rise to the surface. Heat the milk until bubbles form around the edge of the pan. a ) a ball of air or gas in a substance that has become… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • bubble — bub|ble1 [ˈbʌbəl] n [Date: 1300 1400; Origin: Probably from the sound of bubbles in liquid] 1.) a ball of air or gas in liquid ▪ When water boils, bubbles rise to the surface. ▪ soap bubbles ▪ She was blowing bubbles in her milk with a straw. 2.) …   Dictionary of contemporary English


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