bubble

bubble
I ['bʌbl]
nome
1) (in air, liquid, glass) bolla f.

to blow bubbles — fare le bolle (di sapone)

2) econ. comm. prezzo m. gonfiato
3) (germ-free chamber) camera f. sterile
II ['bʌbl]
verbo intransitivo
1) (form bubbles) fare le bolle; [fizzy drink] fare le bollicine; [boiling liquid] bollire
2) fig. (boil)

to keep the issue bubbling — tenere vivo l'argomento

3) (be lively, happy) essere effervescente

to bubble with — traboccare di, sprizzare [enthusiasm]; ribollire di [ideas]

4) (make bubbling sound) gorgogliare
* * *
1. noun
(a floating ball of air or gas: bubbles in lemonade.) bolla
2. verb
(to form or rise in bubbles: The champagne bubbled in the glass.) formare bolle, frizzare
- bubble over
* * *
['bʌbl]
1. n
1) bolla, (smaller) bollicina

soap bubble — bolla di sapone

2) Comm , (also: speculative bubble) bolla speculativa
3) (of cartoon), (also: speech bubble) fumetto
2. vi
ribollire, fare bollicine, (champagne) spumeggiare
* * *
bubble /ˈbʌbl/
n.
1 bolla: air bubble, bolla d'aria; soap bubble, bolla di sapone; to blow bubbles, fare le bolle di sapone
2 ribollimento; gorgoglio
3 emozione che gonfia: a bubble of laughter, una risata che gorgoglia in gola
4 situazione o stato d'animo effimeri o illusori; cosa gonfiata, montatura: the bubble of sb.'s self-confidence, l'illusoria sicurezza di sé di q.; to burst sb.'s bubble, disilludere q.; smontare q.; ridimensionare q.; sgonfiare q.
5 (econ., Borsa) bolla (rialzo effimero dei prezzi destinato a rientrare): real estate bubble, bolla immobiliare; speculative bubble, bolla speculativa
6 cupola o calotta trasparente
7 (med.) camera sterile
8 (al pl.) (fam.) champagne (sing.); bollicine (fam.)
bubble bath, Bagnoschiuma®; (anche) bagno con tanta schiuma □ (slang) bubble-brain, testa (o zucca) vuota; stupido □ (aeron.) bubble canopy, cupola di vetro; tettuccio □ (autom.) bubble car, piccola automobile a tre ruote con cupola di vetro □ (fis.) bubble chamber, camera a bolle □ bubble gum, gomma da masticare; chewing-gum; cicca (fam.) □ bubble-head = bubble-brain ► sopra □ (tecn.) bubble-jet printer, stampante a getto d'inchiostro □ (comput.) bubble memory, memoria a bolle □ (market.) bubble pack, blister □ (comput.) bubble sort, ordinamento a bolle □ (naut.) bubble sextant, sestante a bolla □ (market.) bubble wrap, foglio di plastica a bolle; pluriboll®.
(to) bubble /ˈbʌbl/
A v. t.
fare ribollire; fare gorgogliare
B v. i.
1 formare bolle (o bollicine); ribollire; gorgogliare
2 (elettr.) bollire (d'una batteria sotto carica)
to bubble over, (di liquido che bolle; e, fig.: d'eccitazione, di zelo) traboccare □ to bubble over with happiness, sprizzare felicità □ to bubble with wrath, ribollire d'ira.
* * *
I ['bʌbl]
nome
1) (in air, liquid, glass) bolla f.

to blow bubbles — fare le bolle (di sapone)

2) econ. comm. prezzo m. gonfiato
3) (germ-free chamber) camera f. sterile
II ['bʌbl]
verbo intransitivo
1) (form bubbles) fare le bolle; [fizzy drink] fare le bollicine; [boiling liquid] bollire
2) fig. (boil)

to keep the issue bubbling — tenere vivo l'argomento

3) (be lively, happy) essere effervescente

to bubble with — traboccare di, sprizzare [enthusiasm]; ribollire di [ideas]

4) (make bubbling sound) gorgogliare

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