a hollow ball of air or gas in a liquid
sth which is unsteady,risky, or unlikely to last
make bubbles in; rise in bubbles
"his proposal was nothing but a house of cards"
"a real estate bubble"
"he didn't want to burst the newcomer's bubble"
"The soup was bubbling"
"bubble to the surface"
"bubble gas through a liquid"
"In China it is polite to burp at the table"
In 1837 he lost some money by speculating in one of the many bubble companies of that year.
出自： E. Linklater
Yon swoll'n brook that bubbles fast.
Wild thoughts bubbled within her.
出自： C. Kingsley
The silver bubbling of a thrush.
出自： P. G. Wodehouse
A spring comes bubbling up there.
出自： J. Masefield