balloon

balloon
Synonyms and related words:
Graf Zeppelin, accrue, accumulate, advance, aeroplane, aerostat, air bubble, airlift, airplane, airship, appreciate, bag, ball, ballonet, be airborne, bead, belly, belly out, bilge, billow, bladder, bleb, blimp, blister, bloat, blob, blood blister, boll, bolus, boom, bouge, breed, broaden, bubble, bug, bulb, bulbil, bulblet, bulge, bulk, bulla, captive balloon, conglobulate, crescendo, cruise, develop, dilate, dirigible, dirigible balloon, distend, drift, ellipsoid, enlarge, expand, extend, ferry, fever blister, fill out, flit, fly, fob, gain, gain strength, gasbag, geoid, get ahead, glide, globe, globelet, globoid, globule, glomerulus, go up, gob, gobbet, goggle, greaten, grow, hop, hover, hydroplane, increase, intensify, jet, knob, knot, lighter-than-air craft, mount, multiply, mushroom, navigate, oblate spheroid, orb, orbit, orblet, pellet, pilot balloon, pocket, poke, pooch, pop, pouch, pout, prolate spheroid, proliferate, puff up, rigid airship, rise, rondure, round out, run up, sac, sack, sail, sailplane, sausage, seaplane, semirigid airship, ship, shoot up, snowball, soap bubble, soar, sphere, spherify, spheroid, spherule, spread, strengthen, stretch, swell, swell out, take the air, take wing, tumefy, vesicle, volplane, wax, weather balloon, widen, wing, zeppelin

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  • balloon — Ⅰ. balloon UK US /bəˈluːn/ noun [C] FINANCE ► a type of loan that is paid back in regular small payments with a final larger payment: »What we re seeing are interest only, balloon mortgages with no money down. »Only select a balloon over an… …   Financial and business terms

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  • Balloon — Bal*loon , n. [F. ballon, aug. of balle ball: cf. It. ballone. See 1st {Ball}, n., and cf. {Pallone}.] 1. A bag made of silk or other light material, and filled with hydrogen gas or heated air, so as to rise and float in the atmosphere;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • balloon — bal·loon adj: being or having a final installment that is much larger than preceding ones in an installment or term loan a balloon payment ◇ In contrast to an amortized loan, a balloon loan is generally repaid in periodic payments of interest and …   Law dictionary

  • Balloon — Bal*loon , v. i. 1. To go up or voyage in a balloon. [1913 Webster] 2. To expand, or puff out, like a balloon. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • balloon — /bə lu:n/, it. /ba l:un/ s. ingl. [propr. pallone , dall ital. dial. ballone, ballón per pallone ], usato in ital. al masch. (massm.) [area a forma di nuvola che, nei fumetti, racchiude le parole o i pensieri dei personaggi] ▶◀ (non com.) fumetto …   Enciclopedia Italiana

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