blow bubbles

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Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of blow bubbles

: to make soap bubbles by blowing air through a thin layer of soap
  • The children were blowing bubbles.

Word by Word Definitions

blow play
  1. : to be in motion

  2. : to move with speed or force

  3. : to move or run quickly

  1. : an instance of air moving with speed or force : a blowing of wind especially when strong or violent

  2. : brag, boasting

  3. : an act or instance of blowing (see 1blow)

  1. : flower, bloom

  1. : blossoms

  2. : bloom:2

  1. : a forcible stroke delivered with a part of the body (such as the fist) or with an instrument

  2. : a hostile act or state : combat

  3. : a forcible or sudden act or effort : assault

bubble play bubbles
  1. : a small globule typically hollow and light: such as

  2. : a small body of gas within a liquid

  3. : a thin film of liquid inflated with air or gas

  1. : to form or produce bubbles

  2. : to rise in or as if in bubbles

  3. : to flow with a gurgling sound


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