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Synonyms for bubble

Synonyms for bubble

a fantastic, impracticable plan or desire

to form or cause to form foam

to flow or move with a low slapping sound

to be in a state of emotional or mental turmoil

Synonyms for bubble

a hollow globule of gas (e

a speculative scheme that depends on unstable factors that the planner cannot control

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an impracticable and illusory idea

a dome-shaped covering made of transparent glass or plastic

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flow in an irregular current with a bubbling noise

rise in bubbles or as if in bubbles

cause to form bubbles

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expel gas from the stomach

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With a youthful and trendy appeal, Dr Bubbles is a popular hangout destination, offering affordable and tasty drinks and snacks popular with a wide range of audience, making it a great prospective business opportunity.
Bubbles are compelling drama, in which the lead characters are always racing excitedly toward a sudden fall.
To be sure, models of bubbles are not the only types of models that can provide information about large asset price swings of the kind that worry policymakers.
FEATURES BRING Josh said: "When I came up with the idea of blowing bubbles for Bubbles I was so excited and he did seem quite interested.
Fascinated The bubbles were a hit with Stephanie and Jack Wilson and Aimee and Darren Atheral
The physics of bubbles in surficial, soft, cohesive sediments, Marine and Petroleum Geology 38: 1-18.
A bubble requires an asset price to be above its fundamental value.
Known internationally for his live bubble performances, traveling across Asia including Korea, Vietnam and Indonesia, Jung currently holds the Guinness World Record for creating the largest bubble, which held 100 people.
When the contractive ratio is 16, because the contractive degree of the channel is too large, the channel is too narrow and the bubbles cannot enter the contractive portion.
Dr Zigs Extraordinary Bubbles was set up five years ago by Paola Dyboski-Bryant who turned soap and water into an economic success story.
They were street performers travelling across Europe performing juggling, magic, bubbles and even martial arts acts since the 1980s.
"Today, too many kids are surrounded by computer and TV screens," says Samuel, the man who wowed crowds with his giant bubbles at the London Olympics, and who has crafted bubbles to please the likes of royals and celebrities like Prince Charles, Sir Paul McCartney and Lady Gaga, amongst others.
Cavitation can occur with the presence of fuel vapor or air bubbles dissolved in the fuel tank that are transported through the system.
A latte comes with considerably less risk thanks to its bubbles.