bloat definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • resulting in to distend or inflate, as with liquid or gasoline.
    • resulting in to inflame or inflate, much like liquid or gasoline.
    • To heal (seafood) by soaking in brine and half-drying in smoke.
    • To heal (seafood) by soaking in brine and half-drying in smoke.
    • In order to make turgid, just like liquid or environment; to cause a swelling of this area of, from effusion of serum inside cellular tissue, producing a morbid enhancement, often accompanied with softness.
    • to help make turgid, much like liquid or atmosphere; to cause a swelling for the surface of, from effusion of serum inside mobile tissue, creating a morbid enlargement, usually accompanied with softness.
    • To inflate; to puff up; to produce vain.
    • To inflate; to puff up; to create vain.
    • To dry (herrings) in smoke. See blote.
    • To dry (herrings) in smoke. See blote.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To become swollen or inflated: "Government had bloated out of control” ( Lance Morrow).
    • to be swelled up or inflated: "national had distended uncontrollable” ( Lance Morrow).
    • To grow turgid as by effusion of liquid into the mobile tissue; to smoke away; to swell.
    • to develop turgid as by effusion of fluid into the cellular tissue; to smoke out; to enlarge.
  • noun:
    • A swelling associated with the rumen or intestines of cattle and domestic animals that is brought on by extortionate gas formation next fermentation of ingested watery legumes or green forage.
    • A swelling of rumen or intestinal tract of cattle and domestic creatures which brought on by extortionate fuel formation next fermentation of ingested watery legumes or green forage.
    • a surplus or surfeit, as of workers, expenses, or treatments: corporate bloat.
    • An excess or surfeit, since workers, expenditures, or processes: corporate bloat.
    • distention for the abdomen from death
    • distention regarding the abdomen from demise
    • A term of contempt for a worthless, dissipated fellow.
    • A term of contempt for a worthless, dissipated other.
    • The bloater whitefish, Argyrosomus prognathus.
    • The bloater whitefish, Argyrosomus prognathus.
    • swelling associated with the rumen or intestinal tract of domestic pets due to exorbitant fuel
    • swelling for the rumen or digestive tract of domestic animals brought on by extortionate gasoline
  • verb:
    • to cause to be swollen
    • resulting in to be swollen
    • to fill smooth compound with gasoline, liquid, etc.; resulting in to enlarge
    • to fill soft compound with gas, water, etc.; resulting in to swell
    • to fill with vanity or conceit
    • to fill with vanity or conceit
    • to preserve by slightly salting and lightly smoking, (as in swollen herring).
    • to preserve by a little salting and softly cigarette smoking, (like in bloated herring).
    • become bloated or swollen or puff up
    • become swollen or swollen or smoke up
    • make swollen or inflamed
    • make swollen or distended
  • adjective:
    • Bloated.
    • Bloated.
  • others:
    • treated by smoking cigarettes: as, a bloat herring.
    • healed by cigarette smoking: as, a bloat herring.
    • See bloater.
    • See bloater.
    • To heal by cigarette smoking, as herrings. Previously spelled blote.
    • To cure by smoking, as herrings. Previously spelled blote.
    • Puffed; swollen; turgid: as, “the bloat king,”
    • Puffed; inflamed; turgid: since, “the bloat king,”
    • To make turgid or distended, as with atmosphere, water, etc.; cause to swell, as with a dropsical laughter; inflate; smoke up; hence, make vain, conceited, etc.
    • to produce turgid or swelled up, much like air, water, etc.; cause to enlarge, much like a dropsical laughter; inflate; puff up; for this reason, make vain, conceited, etc.
    • to be distended; be puffed out or dilated; dilate.
    • In order to become swelled up; be puffed out or dilated; dilate.

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