Bubble

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A bubble is a thin film of liquid around a gas (e.g., a soap bubble) or a globular body of gas in a liquid (e.g., an air bubble in water).[1] As a metaphor, a bubble can mean a fantastic or impracticable idea ("Sorry to burst your bubble, but ....") or an economic bubble.

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  1. Definition of "bubble"
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