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balloon

US [bəˈlun]
UK [bəˈluːn]
  • n.气球;热气球
  • adj.气球状的;(货物等)分量轻而体积大的
  • v.涨大;乘热气球飞行
  • Web汽球;玩具气球;飞船
Plural Form:balloons  Present Participle:ballooning  Past Tense:ballooned  
balloon
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n.
1.
气球a small bag made of very thin rubber that becomes larger and rounder when you fill it with air or gas. Balloons are brightly coloured and used as decorations or toys.
to blow up/burst/pop a balloon
吹起气球;使气球爆裂
2.
热气球a large balloon made of strong material that is filled with hot air or gas to make it rise in the air, usually carrying a basket for passengers
IDM
when the balloon goes up
(informal)
意料中的麻烦出现时;(不出所料)出乱子时when the trouble that you are expecting begins
v.
1.
[i]
~ (out/up)
(突然)膨胀,涨大to suddenly swell out or get bigger
Her skirt ballooned out in the wind.
她的裙子让风吹得鼓起来了。
2.
[i]
乘热气球飞行to travel in a hot-air balloon as a sport

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