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bubble

1. Another name for void. See large-scale structure.

What does it mean when you dream about a bubble?

Bubbles can represent anything from a womb (especially if one dreams of emerging from a bubble), to merriment (a glass of “bubbly”) to disenchantment (bursting one’s bubble). Any one of these connotations might be indicated, so bubble images must be interpreted in the larger context of the dream.

bubble

[′bəb·əl]
(computer science)
A circle that represents data in a data flow diagram.
(meteorology)
(physics)
A small, approximately spherical body of fluid within another fluid or solid.
A thin, approximately spherical film of liquid inflated with air or other gas.
(solid-state physics)

bubble

(1) See speech balloon.

(2) A bit in bubble memory or a symbol in a bubble chart.
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