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Synonyms: swells

increase, rise, escalation, surge, boost, wave, undulation, roll, clotheshorse, beau, fop, sheik, fashion plate, dandy, dude, gallant

Translations: swells

spanish
hincha, se hincha, marejadas, olas


german
schwellt, schwelle

french
gonfle, houle, houles, se gonfle, enfle

italian
gonfia, si gonfia, onde, swell

portuguese
incha, ondas, inchamentos, ondulações

dutch
zwelt, opzwelt, zwelt op, deining, liquiditeitsverhogend werkt

russian
набухает, разбухает, отекает, опухает, раздувается

norwegian
svulmer, sveller, dønninger, kuler

swedish
sväller, dyningar, svullnar, svall

finnish
turpoaa, paisuu, turpoavat, kohoumat

danish
svulmer, kvælder, dønninger, svulmer op

czech
zvětší, se zvětší, bobtná, nabobtná, botná

polish
pęcznieje, puchnie, nabrzmiewa, przybrania, pęcznieje w trzech

hungarian
megduzzad, duzzad, megduzzad és, dagad

turkish
şişer, şişmektedir, şişmeye başlar, kabarıyor

greek
πρήζεται, διογκώνεται, διογκούται, φουσκώνει, διογκώνει

ukrainian
набухає, набрякає, набухають, набухает

albanian
shtohet, fryhet, ënjet

bulgarian
набъбва, подува, валове, се подува

belarusian
брыняе, набухает, набухае, набракае

estonian
pundub, paisub, peegeldused, paised, paiseid

croatian
valovi, bubri, buja, nadima

lithuanian
brinksta, išsipučia, išsiplečia

latvian
uzbriest, ievērojami uzbriest, izspiedumi

macedonian
отекува, Бранувања, отоци, надојдени, бранови

romanian
umfla, gonflează, umflă, se umfla, se umflă

slovenian
nabrekne, nabrekanja

slovak
zväčší, zväčšia, zvýši, zväčšuje, rozšíri

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The meaning and "use of": swells

noun
  • a full or gently rounded shape or form.
  • a slow, regular movement of the sea in rolling waves that do not break.
  • a mechanism for producing a crescendo or diminuendo in an organ or harmonium.
  • a person of wealth or high social position, typically one perceived as fashionable or stylish.

verb
  • (especially of a part of the body) become larger or rounder in size, typically as a result of an accumulation of fluid.

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