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Examples: "Americans usually drink water without air bubbles in it, whereas Europeans often drink water with air bubbles or carbonation in it" or "We must get a pump for our aquarium, it is not producing enough bubbles for the fish."
When something "bubbles to the top" this means that it rises up to the surface of something. Example:
"The pasts bubbled up to the top and started floating once it was ready."
The term "bubbly" refers to two things: a specific kind of alcoholic drink such as champagne, or it can also refer to how a person might feel. Examples:
"He really loves that Czech woman, he bought her a very expensive bottle of French bubbly for her birthday" or "She feels just bubbly after winning two million Euros in the big lottery."
When something is "bubbling over" this means that bubbles are either literally rising upwards, or it means that a person is overjoyed or really happy. Examples:
"She is bubbling over with joy ever since she won those free tickets to the next Karel Gottm concert" or "That soup is bubbling over, we better turn the temperature down before we ruin it."
When something "bubbles over" such as soup, it is often common to also say that it "boils over" because it is usually heat or some sort of chemical reaction which causes this effect.
Do You Know This?
1. Dolphins sleep with one eye open. Sounds like something many politicians should do.
2. Slugs have four noses. Wonder what it is like when they sneeze?
3. Like your fingerprints and your footprints, everyone’s tongue print is also unique and the police can use it to convict you. I wonder what kind of crime would require the actual taking of a tongue print?
4. It is virtually impossible to sneeze with your eyes open. Try it sometime, especially in public when everyone is looking and seeing you struggle.
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