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  1. froth

    • IPA[frɒθ]

    英式

    • n.
      a mass of small bubbles in liquid caused by agitation, fermentation, or salivating;impure matter that rises to the surface of liquid
    • v.
      form or contain a rising or overflowing mass of small bubbles;rise in a soft, light mass
    • noun: froth

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    • 片語
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a mass of small bubbles in liquid caused by agitation, fermentation, or salivating:

      leave the yeast until there is a good head of froth

    • 2. impure matter that rises to the surface of liquid:

      skim off any surface froth

    • 3. something that rises in a soft, light mass:

      her skirt swirled in a froth of black lace

    • 4. worthless or insubstantial talk, ideas, or activities:

      the froth of party politics

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. form or contain a rising or overflowing mass of small bubbles:

      the red blood frothed at his lips

    • 2. rise in a soft, light mass:

      she wore an ivory silk blouse, frothing at neck and cuffs

    • 3. agitate (a liquid) so as to produce a mass of small bubbles:

      users found it easy to froth milk for cappuccino

    • 4. behave or talk angrily:

      the cinema lobby frothed with indignation

    • emit a large amount of saliva from the mouth in a bodily seizure

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    • emit a large amount of saliva from the mouth in a bodily seizure

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    • IPA[frôTH]

    美式

    • n.
      a mass of small bubbles in liquid caused by agitation, fermentation, etc.; foam:
    • leave the yeast until there is a good head of froth
    • v.
      form or contain a rising or overflowing mass of small bubbles:
    • he took a quick sip of beer as it frothed out of the can

      scooping salmon out of the frothing gorge

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