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bub·bly

 (bŭb′lē)
adj.
1. Full of or producing bubbles: a bubbly drink; a bubbly soap.
2. Resembling bubbles: big, bubbly clouds.
3. Full of high spirits; effervescent: bright, bubbly children.
n. pl. bub·blies Informal
Champagne.
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bubbly

(ˈbʌblɪ)
adj, -blier or -bliest
1. full of or resembling bubbles
2. lively; animated; excited: a bubbly personality.
n
an informal name for champagne
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bub•bly

(ˈbʌb li)

adj. -bli•er, -bli•est, adj.
1. full of or producing bubbles.
2. lively; effervescent; enthusiastic.
n.
[1590–1600]
bub′bli•ness, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bubbly - a white sparkling wine either produced in Champagne or resembling that produced therebubbly - a white sparkling wine either produced in Champagne or resembling that produced there
sparkling wine - effervescent wine
Adj.1.bubbly - emitting or filled with bubbles as from carbonation or fermentation; "bubbling champagne"; "foamy (or frothy) beer"
effervescent - (of a liquid) giving off bubbles
2.bubbly - full of or showing high spirits; "bright bubbly children"; "a bubbly personality"
lively - full of life and energy; "a lively discussion"; "lively and attractive parents"; "a lively party"
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bubbly

adjective
1. lively, happy, excited, animated, merry, bouncy, elated, sparky, alive and kicking, full of beans (informal) a bubbly girl who likes to laugh
2. frothy, sparkling, fizzy, effervescent, carbonated, foamy, sudsy, lathery a nice hot bubbly bath
noun
1. champagne, sparkling wine, champers (informal), cava, spumante bottles of bubbly
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Translations
ذو فَقاقيع
bublinkovýšumivý
boble-
freyîandi, meî gosi
kabarcıklıköpüklü

bubbly

[ˈbʌblɪ]
A. ADJ (bubblier (compar) (bubbliest (superl))) (lit) → burbujeante, con burbujas (fig) [person] → lleno de vida, dicharrachero
B. N (= champagne) → champaña f
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bubbly

[ˈbʌbli]
adj
[drink] → pétillant(e)
[person] → plein(e) de vitalité, pétillant(e)
nchamp m bubonic plague [bjuːˌbɒnɪkˈpleɪg] n (= plague) → peste f bubonique
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bubbly

adj (+er)
(lit)sprudelnd
(fig inf) person, personalitytemperamentvoll, lebendig; moodübersprudelnd
n (inf)Schampus m (inf)
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bubbly

[ˈbʌblɪ]
1. adj (liquid) → effervescente (fig) (personality) → spumeggiante
2. n (fam) → champagne m inv
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bubble

(ˈbabl) noun
a floating ball of air or gas. bubbles in lemonade.
verb
to form or rise in bubbles. The champagne bubbled in the glass.
ˈbubbly adjective
having bubbles.
bubble over
to be full (with happiness etc). bubbling over with excitement.
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