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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.

fizz

(fɪz)
vb (intr)
1. to make a hissing or bubbling sound
2. (Brewing) (of a drink) to produce bubbles of carbon dioxide, either through fermentation or aeration
n
3. a hissing or bubbling sound
4. (Brewing) the bubbly quality of a drink; effervescence
5. (Cookery) any effervescent drink
[C17: of imitative origin]
ˈfizzy adj
ˈfizziness n

fizz

(fɪz)

v.i.
1. to make a hissing sound; effervesce.
n.
2. a fizzing sound.
3. an effervescent beverage.
[1655–65; back formation from fizzle]
fizz′y, adj. -i•er, -i•est.

fizz


Past participle: fizzed
Gerund: fizzing

Imperative
fizz
fizz
Present
I fizz
you fizz
he/she/it fizzes
we fizz
you fizz
they fizz
Preterite
I fizzed
you fizzed
he/she/it fizzed
we fizzed
you fizzed
they fizzed
Present Continuous
I am fizzing
you are fizzing
he/she/it is fizzing
we are fizzing
you are fizzing
they are fizzing
Present Perfect
I have fizzed
you have fizzed
he/she/it has fizzed
we have fizzed
you have fizzed
they have fizzed
Past Continuous
I was fizzing
you were fizzing
he/she/it was fizzing
we were fizzing
you were fizzing
they were fizzing
Past Perfect
I had fizzed
you had fizzed
he/she/it had fizzed
we had fizzed
you had fizzed
they had fizzed
Future
I will fizz
you will fizz
he/she/it will fizz
we will fizz
you will fizz
they will fizz
Future Perfect
I will have fizzed
you will have fizzed
he/she/it will have fizzed
we will have fizzed
you will have fizzed
they will have fizzed
Future Continuous
I will be fizzing
you will be fizzing
he/she/it will be fizzing
we will be fizzing
you will be fizzing
they will be fizzing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been fizzing
you have been fizzing
he/she/it has been fizzing
we have been fizzing
you have been fizzing
they have been fizzing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been fizzing
you will have been fizzing
he/she/it will have been fizzing
we will have been fizzing
you will have been fizzing
they will have been fizzing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been fizzing
you had been fizzing
he/she/it had been fizzing
we had been fizzing
you had been fizzing
they had been fizzing
Conditional
I would fizz
you would fizz
he/she/it would fizz
we would fizz
you would fizz
they would fizz
Past Conditional
I would have fizzed
you would have fizzed
he/she/it would have fizzed
we would have fizzed
you would have fizzed
they would have fizzed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.fizz - an effervescent beverage (usually alcoholic)fizz - an effervescent beverage (usually alcoholic)
beverage, drinkable, potable, drink - any liquid suitable for drinking; "may I take your beverage order?"
Verb1.fizz - become bubbly or frothy or foaming; "The boiling soup was frothing"; "The river was foaming"; "Sparkling water"
lather - form a lather; "The shaving cream lathered"
bubble - form, produce, or emit bubbles; "The soup was bubbling"
seethe - foam as if boiling; "a seething liquid"

fizz

verb
1. bubble, froth, fizzle, effervesce, produce bubbles She was holding a tray of glasses that fizzed.
2. sputter, buzz, sparkle, hiss, crackle The engine fizzed and went dead.
noun
1. fizziness, gas, foam, froth, effervescence, bubbliness Is there any fizz left in the lemonade?
2. life, spirit, dash, sparkle, zip (informal), vitality, animation, panache, gaiety, élan, brio, vivacity, liveliness, vim (slang) an ad campaign to put the fizz back in sales
3. champagne, sparkling wine a bottle of fizz
4. crackle, buzzing, hissing, sputter the hysterical fizz of the radio

fizz

verb
1. To make a sharp sibilant sound:
2. To form or cause to form foam:
Translations
فَوَرانيَفور
bublinkyšuměníšumět
boblebrusebrusenperle
freyîagos, freyîi, froîa
purslojantispurslojimaspursloti
dzirkstīšanadzirkstītputošanaputot
bublinky
fışırdamakfışırtı

fizz

[fɪz]
A. N
1. (= fizziness) → efervescencia f, gas m
2. (= fizzing noise) → silbido m, ruido m sibilante
3.champán m (US) (= soft drink) → gaseosa f
4. (fig) → chispa f
the fizz had gone out of their relationshipa su relación no le quedaba chispa
B. VI [drink] → burbujear; (= make fizzing noise) → hacer un ruido sibilante, silbar

fizz

[ˈfɪz] vipétiller

fizz

vi (champagne etc)perlen, sprudeln, moussieren
n
(of champagne etc)Perlen nt, → Moussieren nt
(= drink)Sprudel m; (flavoured) → Limonade f, → Brause f
(dated Brit, inf, = champagne) → Schampus m (dated inf)

fizz

[fɪz]
1. neffervescenza
2. vifrizzare
fizz up vi + advspumeggiare

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
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He was amused by the fizz of the thing, but after a sip or two would let it get flat, and with a courteous wave of his hand ask for a fresh bottle.
G., in a tone which implied that her indignation would fizz and ooze a little, though she was determined to keep it corked up, "you'd far better hold your tongue.
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Then the match scratched and fizzed. I held it flaring, and saw the white backs of the Morlocks in flight amid the trees.
Then everybody shouted and tried to haul up his anchor to get among the school, and fouled his neighbour's line and said what was in his heart, and dipped furiously with his dip-net, and shrieked cautions and advice to his companions, while the deep fizzed like freshly opened soda-water, and cod, men, and whales together flung in upon the luckless bait.
The whiskey tinkled, the syphon fizzed, the ice plopped home; and seated there in his pyjamas, with the inevitable cigarette, Raffles told me the story that I had given up hoping to hear.
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