English to Arabic Meaning of balloon - بالون

Balloon :

بالون, منطاد, الطائرات, مطار

بالونانتفختضخممنطاديراكبوا المنطادبالونات
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Definitions of balloon in English
Noun(1) large tough nonrigid bag filled with gas or heated air(2) small thin inflatable rubber bag with narrow neck
Verb(1) ride in a hot-air balloon(2) become inflated
Examples of balloon in English
(1) he set his sights on crossing the Pacific by balloon(2) The team plays an important role in ensuring the balloon is prepared and filled to suit the timing of the launch and to ensure the envelope is ready for take off.(3) One of the hot air balloon races he participated in produced a record-breaking trip from Japan to California.(4) I thought that being confined to a brandy balloon , they were just tired.(5) The original version is censored, using goofy Batman inspired cartoon balloon words to block out some excessively gory details.(6) A cozy knit tunic is styled with a round neckline with trim and short balloon sleeve.(7) ÔÇÿOne word balloon in From Hell completely hijacked my life,ÔÇÖ he explains.(8) Another surreal moment came during the middle of a hot-air balloon ride over Serengeti National Park.(9) It is a big aircraft, which acts more like a hot air balloon than airplane, because of its slow speed and reactions.(10) Large balloon style glasses are best adapted to the qualities of the red wines, the size of the surface area helping the rapid development of the bouquet.(11) Put me in front of the most delicious buffet in the world, and I will balloon .(12) Zeller created a luxurious European suite in one of the bedrooms with toile wall covering, balloon drapes and a wrought-iron headboard.(13) A puppy dropped by parachute from a hot-air balloon descends safely into the garden of a secret convent.(14) But all in all, I could understand hot-air balloon aviators' fascination with the sport.(15) Just as an object less dense than water rises to the surface, our balloon filled with hot air rises through the surrounding air.(16) Yet, it was not until 1783 that the Montgolfier brothers in France first overcame gravity in their hot-air balloon .
Related Phrases of balloon
(1) air balloon ::
منطاد هوائي
(2) water balloon ::
بالون ماء
(3) weather balloon ::
بالون الطقس
(4) balloon payment ::
دفع البالون
(5) balloon whisk ::
خفقت البالون
(6) hot-air balloon ::
1. hot-air balloon ::
2. barrage balloon ::
منطاد حاجز
3. airship ::
4. dirigible ::
مركبة فضائية
6. blimp ::
شخص ساذج
7. weather balloon ::
بالون الطقس
11. bag ::
15. distend ::
Different Forms
balloon, ballooned, ballooning, balloonist, balloonists, balloons
Word Example from TV Shows
Like that time the
Underdog balloon

Like that time the Underdog BALLOON

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 15

and wears balloon boobies.

and wears BALLOON boobies.

The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 4

...without his intestines blowing up
like a balloon animal.

...without his intestines blowing up like a BALLOON animal.

The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 4

Your lactose-intolerant boyfriend will turn
into a gas-filled Macy's Day balloon.

Your lactose-intolerant boyfriend will turn into a gas-filled Macy's Day BALLOON.

The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 24

(balloon sputters)

(BALLOON sputters)

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 23

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