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fizz

 (fĭz)
intr.v. fizzed, fizz·ing, fizz·es
To make a hissing or bubbling sound; effervesce.
n.
1. A hissing or bubbling sound.
2. Effervescence.
3. An effervescent beverage.

[Imitative.]

fizz′y adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.fizzy - hissing and bubbling
effervescent - (of a liquid) giving off bubbles

fizzy

adjective bubbly, bubbling, sparkling, effervescent, carbonated, gassy a can of fizzy drink
Translations
فَوّارفَوَّار
šumivýperlivý
boblendebrusendekulsyreholdig
poreileva
pjenušav
freyîandi
シューシュー泡立つ
거품이는
peneč se
brusande
ออกเสียงฟู่
köpüklüfışırtılı
có ga

fizzy

[ˈfɪzɪ] (esp Brit) ADJ (fizzier (compar) (fizziest (superl))) [drink] → gaseoso, con gas

fizzy

[ˈfɪzi] adj [drink] → pétillant(e), gazeux/euse
I don't like fizzy drinks → Je n'aime pas les boissons gazeuses.

fizzy

adj (+er)sprudelnd; to be fizzysprudeln; it’s too fizzyda ist zu viel Kohlensäure drin; the soda water makes it fizzydurch das Sodawasser sprudelt es; a fizzy drinkeine Brause

fizzy

[ˈfɪzɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) (drink) → gassato/a, frizzante, effervescente

fizz

(fiz) verb
(of a liquid) to release or give off many small bubbles. I like the way champagne fizzes.
noun
the sound made or the feeling in the mouth produced by this. This lemonade has lost its fizz.
ˈfizzy adjective

fizzy

فَوَّار šumivý kulsyreholdig sprudelnd αφρώδης con gas poreileva pétillant pjenušav effervescente シューシュー泡立つ 거품이는 bruisend brusende musujący com gás, gasoso газированный brusande ออกเสียงฟู่ köpüklü có ga 多气的
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Similarly, a rose from Provence, for those who might not enjoy fizziness, ticks the style box with aplomb with a square edged bottle.
They would have joined me in the fizziness of everything".
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We've been lifelong fans of Roald Dahl," says the firm's Steve Ryan, adding that theirs was a version of a Polish wheat beer known as "Polish Champagne" thanks to its fizziness.
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On We The Generation hardly any of the songs sound like the one before it and they're all packed with fizziness, invention, great tunes well sung and good old fashioned soul.
That We The Generation doesn't is down to the fact that a) hardly any of the songs sound like the one before it and b) they're all packed with fizziness, invention, great tunes well sung and good old fashioned soul.
Such equipment produces large amounts of mechanical heat and their regular use damages the hair's cuticles, resulting in breakage, fizziness, and split ends.
Is it naturally carbonated water, from the icy springs of somewhere exotic, ideally in South America, or perhaps Antarctica, fresh from a lake into which mountain streams trickle their water, formed from the purest melted snow, given an additional sparkle by passing through mineral springs whose natural fizziness comes from volcanic gases?
Place the lid very loosely on the jar so the build-up of carbonation doesn't pop the lid (as an alternative, cheesecloth secured with an elastic band works well} and allow it to sit at room temperature for twenty-four to seventy-two hours, tasting it a few times to see when its taste and fizziness are to your liking.