effervescence definition

  • noun:
    • the escape of gasoline from solution in a liquid, especially the escape of carbon-dioxide from a carbonated beverage
    • a type of all-natural ebullition; that commotion of a fluid which happens when some part of the mass flies down in a gaseous kind, producing innumerable little bubbles.
    • All-natural ebullition; that commotion of a fluid which occurs when some area of the mass flies down in a gaseous type, creating tiny bubbles: because, the effervescence or working of new wine, cider, or beer; the effervescence of a carbonate with nitric acid, in consequence of substance action and decomposition making carbon dioxid or carbonic-acid gasoline.
    • Figuratively, powerful excitement; manifestation of sensation.
    • Synonyms See ebullition.
    • the home of providing off bubbles
    • the entire process of bubbling as gas escapes
    • the escape of gas from answer in a liquid, particularly the escape of skin tightening and from a carbonated drink
    • A kind of normal ebullition; that commotion of a fluid which occurs whenever some an element of the mass flies down in a gaseous kind, making innumerable little bubbles.
    • All-natural ebullition; that commotion of a fluid which happens whenever some area of the mass flies off in a gaseous kind, making little bubbles: since, the effervescence or working of brand new wine, cider, or alcohol; the effervescence of a carbonate with nitric acid, in consequence of chemical action and decomposition making carbon dioxid or carbonic-acid gasoline.
    • Figuratively, powerful excitement; manifestation of sensation.
    • Synonyms See ebullition.
    • the home of offering off bubbles
    • the process of bubbling as fuel escapes

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