billow out

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يَنْدَفِعُ كالمَوْج
vlátvzdouvat se

w>billow out

vi (sail etc)sich blähen; (dress etc)sich bauschen; (smoke)sich zu Schwaden formieren
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(ˈbiləu) noun
a large wave.
ˈbillowy adjective
billow out
to move in a way similar to large waves. The sails billowed out in the strong wind; Her skirt billowed out in the breeze.
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