Meaning of BUBBLE in English

BUBBLE

I.

noun

ADJECTIVE

▪ air , gas , soap

▪ little , tiny

The champagne was full of tiny ~s.

VERB + BUBBLE

▪ blow

The children were blowing ~s.

▪ burst , pop

They jumped around, bursting the ~s.

BUBBLE + VERB

▪ form

Soap ~s formed on the surface.

▪ burst , pop

▪ float , rise

II.

verb

1 form bubbles

ADVERB

▪ furiously

The water in the saucepan was bubbling furiously.

▪ away , up

The soup was bubbling away on the stove.

2 feeling

ADVERB

▪ to the surface

Emotions quickly ~ to the surface.

▪ over , up

He was bubbling over with excitement.

PREPOSITION

▪ inside

She could feel the anger bubbling up inside her.

▪ with

The business was still small but I was bubbling with ideas.

Bubble is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑ excitement , ↑ pot , ↑ spring

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