bubble gum


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bub·ble·gum

 (bŭb′əl-gŭm′)
n. also bubble gum
1. Chewing gum that can be blown into bubbles.
2. Slang A style of popular music designed to appeal to adolescents, characterized by bouncy rhythms and a generally cheerful tone.
adj. Slang
1. Of or characteristic of bubblegum music: bubblegum rock.
2. Marked by or displaying an adolescent immaturity, as in style or taste.

bubble gum

n
1. a type of chewing gum that can be blown into large bubbles
2. (Pop Music) slang
a. crassly commercial pop music aimed at the very young
b. (as modifier): a bubble-gum hit.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bubble gum - a kind of chewing gum that can be blown into bubblesbubble gum - a kind of chewing gum that can be blown into bubbles
chewing gum, gum - a preparation (usually made of sweetened chicle) for chewing
Translations
žvýkačka
ballontyggegummi
purukumi
žvakaća guma
風船ガム
풍선껌
bubbelgum
หมากฝรั่ง
kẹo cao su

bubble gum

nchewing-gum m inv

bubble gum

لِبان بالون žvýkačka ballontyggegummi Bubblegum τσίχλα chicle purukumi chewing-gum žvakaća guma gomma da masticare 風船ガム 풍선껌 kauwgum bobletyggis balonówka goma de mascar, pastilha elástica жевательная резинка bubbelgum หมากฝรั่ง balonlu çiklet kẹo cao su 泡泡糖
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