Definition of bubbler
1 : a drinking fountain from which a stream of water bubbles upward
2 : one that bubbles
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In addition to the new trees and bubbler irrigation spigots installed for each one, the conservancy is surveying the park’s entire tree inventory and geocoding each tree with location, species and carbon sequestration data.
Stir ornamental pools and water gardens frequently, stock them with mosquito-eating fish or provide constant water movement, like a bubbler. Maintain swimming pools and drain pools that are not being used or treat them with larvicide.
By 2:21 a.m., two alarms triggered by a different device, called a bubbler, hit high-high on one of Wenig’s displays, showing each of the two primary tanks was dangerously close to overflowing.
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