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Pronunciation of Bubbles: Learn how to pronounce Bubbles in English correctly

Learn how to say Bubbles correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word bubble:

noun
1a thin sphere of liquid enclosing air or another gas:
we’d shake up a piece of soap in a tin of warm water and blow bubbles
an air- or gas-filled spherical cavity in a liquid or a solidified liquid such as glass:
the white foamy part of a broken wave is largely made up of air bubbles
2used to refer to a good or fortunate situation that is isolated from reality or unlikely to last:
we both lived in a bubble, the kind provided by occupying a privileged pied-à-terre in Greenwich Village
used to refer to a significant, usually rapid, increase in asset prices that is soon followed by a collapse in prices and typically arises from speculation or enthusiasm rather than intrinsic increases in value:
the US economy squandered trillions as a result of the 1990s stock market bubble
many companies enjoyed rapid expansion before the bubble burst
3a transparent domed cover or enclosure:
piglets born into a sterile bubble
a place or position that is protected from danger or unpleasant reality:
they are not on tour packages seeing foreign ports from a bubble
4 (also bubble shell) a marine mollusc that typically has a thin scroll-like shell.
Bullidae and other families, order Cephalaspidea, class Gastropoda
verb
[no object]
(of a liquid) form rising bubbles of gas or air:
a pot of coffee bubbled away on the stove
make a bubbling sound:
close by, a stream bubbled along through reeds and rushes
(as adjective bubbling)
a bubbling fountain
(bubble with/over with) be filled with an irrepressible positive feeling:
Ellen was bubbling with enthusiasm
(bubble up) (of a feeling) become more intense and approach the point of being expressed:
the fury bubbling up inside her
Phrases
burst someone’s bubble
shatter someone’s illusions about something or destroy their sense of well-being.
on the bubble
North American informal (of a sports player or team) occupying the last qualifying position on a team or for a tournament, and liable to be replaced by another:
he’s never lived up to his high selection, and is on the bubble for a roster spot
figurative
several of last year’s new TV shows are on the bubble
[from sit on the bubble, with the implication that the bubble may burst]