fill+with+air

  • 141 aerified — v. combine air with; fill with air …

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  • 142 aerifies — v. combine air with; fill with air …

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  • 143 aerify — v. combine air with; fill with air …

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  • 144 aerifying — v. combine air with; fill with air …

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  • 145 balloon — bal·loon || bÉ™ luːn n. light bag shaped construction filled with a gas which is lighter than air; airship; inflated rubber ball (used in games); explanation box which appears when the cursor points at a button (Computers) v. puff up, expand,… …

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  • 146 ballooned — bal·loon || bÉ™ luːn n. light bag shaped construction filled with a gas which is lighter than air; airship; inflated rubber ball (used in games); explanation box which appears when the cursor points at a button (Computers) v. puff up, expand,… …

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  • 147 balloons — bal·loon || bÉ™ luːn n. light bag shaped construction filled with a gas which is lighter than air; airship; inflated rubber ball (used in games); explanation box which appears when the cursor points at a button (Computers) v. puff up, expand,… …

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  • 148 inflatable — I UK [ɪnˈfleɪtəb(ə)l] / US adjective an inflatable object must be filled with air before you can use it II UK [ɪnˈfleɪtəb(ə)l] / US noun [countable] Word forms inflatable : singular inflatable plural inflatables an object that you fill with air… …

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  • 149 Lilo — n. (pl. os) propr. a type of inflatable mattress. Etymology: f. lie low * * * LILO /līˈlō/ abbrev Last in, last out (a rough guide to likely order of redundancies) * * * Lilo UK [ˈlaɪləʊ] US [ˈlaɪˌloʊ] [singular Lilo plural …

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  • 150 pump — 1. noun /pʌmp/ a) A device for moving or compressing a liquid or gas. This pump can deliver 100 gallons of water per minute. b) An instance of the action of a pump; one stroke of a pump; any action similar to pumping It takes thirty pumps to get… …

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  • 151 inflate — I verb aggrandize, amplify, balloon, bloat, blow up, broaden, cause to bulge, dilate, distend, enlarge, escalate, exaggerate, expand, extend, fatten, fill out, fill with air, grow, increase, increase dimensions, inflare, magnify, make greater,… …

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  • 152 inflate — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. puff or blow up, aerate; expand, dilate, swell, distend; exaggerate. See wind, increase,expansion, exaggeration. II (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To fill with air or gas] Syn. blow up, pump up, puff up, puff… …

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  • 153 inflate — verb 1) she inflated the mattress Syn: blow up, fill up, fill with air, aerate, pump up; dilate, distend, swell Ant: deflate 2) the demand inflated prices Syn …

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  • 154 billow — noun 1》 a large undulating mass of cloud, smoke, or steam. 2》 archaic a large sea wave. verb (of fabric) fill with air and swell outwards. ↘(of smoke, cloud, or steam) move or flow outward with an undulating motion. Derivatives billowy adjective… …

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  • 155 billow — ► NOUN 1) a large undulating mass of cloud, smoke, or steam. 2) archaic a large sea wave. ► VERB 1) (of fabric) fill with air and swell outwards. 2) (of smoke, cloud, or steam) move or flow outward with an undulating motion. DERIVATIVES billowy …

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  • 156 billowy — billow ► NOUN 1) a large undulating mass of cloud, smoke, or steam. 2) archaic a large sea wave. ► VERB 1) (of fabric) fill with air and swell outwards. 2) (of smoke, cloud, or steam) move or flow outward with an undulating motion. DERIVATIVES… …

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  • 157 reinflate — verb To inflate or fill with air again …

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  • 158 belly — bel|ly1 S3 [ˈbeli] n plural bellies [: Old English; Origin: belg bag, skin ] 1.) a) your stomach ▪ a full belly b) BrE the front part of your body between your chest and your legs …

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  • 159 belly — bel|ly1 [ beli ] noun count * 1. ) INFORMAL a stomach. This word is often used to talk about whether people have enough to eat or not: Our first priority is putting food in empty bellies. a ) INFORMAL the front part of your body between your… …

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  • 160 lung — [ lʌŋ ] noun count ** one of the organs in your chest that fill with air when you breathe …

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