انتفاخ, نتوء, أفضلية, برزبروز, ورم, انتفخ, نتأ
Noun(1) something that bulges out or is protuberant or projects from its surroundings
Verb(1) swell or protrude outwards(2) bulge out; form a bulge outward, or be so full as to appear to bulge(3) bulge outward(4) cause to bulge or swell outwards
(1) The rounded bulge of its roof was visible above the dry-stone dyke.(2) Satan could see the veins in Simon's neck begin to bulge , his jaw tighten.(3) Some say sluggish blood and lymph circulation allow fluids and toxins to accumulate, causing fat cells to inflate and bulge up against the skin.(4) And experience suggests that cultural and social shifts are likely to emerge from a youth bulge .(5) Newspapers bulge with travel advertisements and articles telling us about the wonders of the world.(6) Old people are not only living longer and getting richer - they are becoming more numerous as the post-war generation bulge enters its third age.(7) It will be possible to continue New Zealand superannuation at present real levels through the bulge of the retirement of the baby boomers, because we are being prudent and investing now.(8) This turnaround is largely the result of the Baby-boomer bulge entering retirement and being succeeded by steady-state Baby-bust workforce.(9) The Germans planned powerful attacks from the areas near Orel and Belgorod toward Kursk to surround and destroy the Soviet forces within the bulge .(10) Years bleed into one another as file cabinets bulge with extraneous information.(11) And the situation will become even more acute as the great demographic bulge of the baby boom moves into retirement.(12) Our unique demographic profile, caused by the 1970s baby boom, continues to produce a bulge in the population of young adults.(13) the advance created an eastward-facing bulge in the line(14) Computer screens glow, fax machines stutter out reams of paper and the filing cabinets which line every wall bulge with thousands of documents.(15) This is particularly true along the boundaries of the crescent-shaped Islamic bloc of nations from the bulge of Africa to Central Asia.(16) His pockets bulge with change, because when he goes to a shop he can never hear when the assistant tells him how much to pay, and so always proffers a Ôö¼├║5 note.
(1) bulge out :: انتفاخ
1. swelling ::
2. surge ::
3. protuberance ::
4. swell ::
5. bulk ::
6. bag ::
7. pouch ::
8. start ::
Different Formsbulge, bulged, bulges, bulging
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