bloom

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈbluːm/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/blum/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(blo̅o̅m)


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bloom

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. The [trees, flowers, bushes] are in bloom (right now).
  2. The [trees] will be in bloom in the coming [days, weeks].
  3. The [trees] will be in full bloom soon.
  4. the bloom of the [trees]
  5. the [spring, summer] bloom (of)
  6. The [spring] bloom is coming.
  7. almost time for the yearly bloom
  8. an algae bloom in the [lake, bay, river]
  9. a [nasty, smelly, annoying] algae bloom
  10. Her career is in full bloom.
  11. She is in the full bloom of her career.
  12. His bloom was [cut short, ruined, hampered] by (illness).
  13. [enjoying, experiencing, living] the bloom of youth
  14. [camera, lens] bloom
  15. bloom caused by the [sun, light]
  16. use the bloom [artistically, intentionally]
  17. a bloom of [joy, content, excitement] on his face
  18. a bloom of [creativity, inspiration]
v
  1. the [flower, rose] blooms
  2. bloom [later, early] in the year
  3. the [flowers, trees, roses] bloom
  4. bloom in [the spring, April]
  5. bloom throughout [the year, the spring, April]
  6. bloom from [April] to [May]
  7. bloom later in life
  8. [love, passion, friendship] bloomed between them
  9. [she, the singer, the performer] has bloomed
  10. color bloomed in her [cheeks, face]
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