A rapid, excited flow of speech.
A separation in the boundary layer of fluid about a moving streamlined body, such as the wing of an airplane, causing a breakdown in the smooth flow of fluid and resulting in turbulence.
To bubble; gurgle.
To speak quickly and excitedly; gush.
To make a gurgling or bubbling sound.
To babble as a child does.
(aeron.) The separation and breakup of the streamline flow of air, esp. over the surface of a wing at too great an angle of attack, resulting in a loss of lift and an increase of drag.
To bubble; to gurgle.
A gurgling or bubbling sound, as of running water.
Origin of burble
- Middle English burblen to bubble
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
- From Middle English burblen (to bubble).