- instigate or stir up (an undesirable or violent sentiment or course of action)；bathe (a part of the body) with warm or medicated lotions.
verb: foment, 3rd person present: foments, gerund or present participle: fomenting, past tense: fomented, past participle: fomented
- 1. instigate or stir up (an undesirable or violent sentiment or course of action) they accused him of fomenting political unrest
- 2. archaic bathe (a part of the body) with warm or medicated lotions.
... among the protesters (who are) trying to foment a civil war. 1. 中文翻譯 政府說這些上個月發出的圖片，證明在試圖煽動內戰...
... may bear to enrage a bear, just as one may anger a tiger, but never should one foment a woman. 2007-02-16 10:45:22 補充： ※加油添醋版就沒有再特別加註「恰查某...
... in 1851 placed Hawaii under U.S. protection, a coup fomented by U.S. sugar interests resulted in the monarchy's overthrow...