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bubble

US [ˈbʌb(ə)l]
UK ['bʌb(ə)l]
  • n.泡沫;气泡;肥皂泡;(欲表达的)一点感情
  • v.冒泡;起泡;(移动时)发出冒泡的声音;洋溢着(某种感情)
  • Web泡泡;水泡;膜泡
Plural Form:bubbles  Present Participle:bubbling  Past Tense:bubbled  
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n.
1.
泡;气泡a ball of air or gas in a liquid, or a ball of air inside a solid substance such as glass
champagne bubbles
香槟酒的泡沫
a bubble of oxygen
氧气泡
blowing bubbles into water through a straw
用吸管在水里吹泡泡
2.
肥皂泡a round ball of liquid, containing air, produced by soap and water
The children like to have bubbles in their bath.
孩子们喜欢浴盆里有肥皂泡。
3.
(欲表达的)一点感情a small amount of a feeling that sb wants to express
a bubble of laughter/hope/enthusiasm
一点笑声╱希望╱热心
4.
(很可能持续不长的)好景,好运;泡沫a good or lucky situation that is unlikely to last long
At the time the telecoms bubble was at its height.
当时电信业的泡沫正处于极度膨胀时期。
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When the bubble finally burst, hundreds of people lost their jobs.
当泡沫最终破灭时,有几百人丢了饭碗。
the bubble bursts
(好事或好运)突然告吹,成为泡影;泡沫破灭there is a sudden end to a good or lucky situation
When the bubble finally burst, hundreds of people lost their jobs.
当泡沫最终破灭时,有几百人丢了饭碗。
v.
1.
[i]
起泡;冒泡to form bubbles
The water in the pan was beginning to bubble.
锅里的水开始冒泡。
Add the white wine and let it bubble up .
加入白葡萄酒,让它产生泡沫。
2.
[i]
(+ adv./prep.)
(移动时)发出冒泡的声音to make a bubbling sound, especially when moving in the direction mentioned
I could hear the soup bubbling away.
我能听到汤在咕嘟咕嘟地响。
A stream came bubbling between the stones.
一条小溪沿着石缝汩汩地流过来。
3.
[i]
~ (over) with sth
洋溢着(某种感情)to be full of a particular feeling
She was bubbling over with excitement.
她兴奋不已。
4.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
强烈感受;充溢;存在to be felt strongly by a person; to be present in a situation
Laughter bubbled up inside him.
他忍不住心中窃笑。
the anger that bubbled beneath the surface
内心潜涌着的愤怒

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