Translation of froth in Spanish:


espuma, n.

Pronunciation: /frɒθ//frɔθ/


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    espuma feminine
    • The white froth of the waves would bubble and sizzle, before retreating back into the vast ocean.
    • Ann's cappuccino came in a good sized mug, with a generous head of froth.
    • With a blast of froth, Herbie emerges from the icy deep and drives happily on the surface of the water, like a racing-striped dog-paddler.
    • Nowadays, with our quasi-continental ways, we want froth on top.
    • Sometimes the patient will only drink the froth on the top of a brew.
    • Froth reserved soup with immersion blender and top each serving with froth.
    • Moments later he returned carrying a coffee mug topped off with froth.
    • of course it is, I make the best hot chocolate in the world, I whisk it up so it has loads of froth on the top and its all smooth and creamy.
    • Well, really quite cross anyway, sufficiently furious to blow the froth off a cappuccino perhaps.
    • He had almost finished this particular cow and the bucket was full almost to the brim, in fact some of the deep froth (the sign of a good milker) was almost but not quite spilling over.
    • White bubbles of froth jostle on the head of my pint of beer.
    • The galaxy itself is turning, as shown in the example in the photograph, sort of like the spiraling froth on the top of a cup of cocoa after it's been stirred.
    • Tilt each glass and pour the remaining champagne in a dribble down the inside of the glasses, so that you minimise the froth and maximise the bubbles.
    • Chris on the other hand was silent as she watched the wooden stirring stick turn the white froth on top of her latté the caramel brown of the coffee.
    • This well-priced and pristine champagne has elegant lemon, fine bubbles and a vigorous froth.
    • The video has shots of chicken waste being dumped into the stream and effluent gushing into the river and whipping up white froth that covers the surface of the water.
    • Lift a spoonful of the pale froth and it tastes clean and pure.
    • The water is no longer green; it's frenzied, white froth.
    • From the dinky tin the adherent would peel back the paper lid and remove several spoonfuls of the inert powder, add tapwater, stir and watch in amazement as a lurid froth began to bubble away.
    • The waves broke in lethargic flops and meandered forward in fingers of white froth.
    • After all the froth, all the frenzy, all the ridiculous hyperbole, the new Howard / Blair contest was put neatly into context by a Yorkshire MP.
    • Instead, the early froth gave way to stout depths.
    • It just goes to show that perhaps there may be a bit too much froth and not quite enough substance in the so-called high growth coffee market.
    • Part soap, part farce, the series is undeniably slight, a feelgood bubble of bawdy froth.
    • Obviously I'm aware my contribution, such as it is, isn't particularly substantial but I think that froth has its place and I work hard to do my job well.
    • Finally, I am only left to say that your reply to me has been mere froth and bubble, being all sizzle and no steak.
    • An active and informed public is the true guardian of freedom and democracy, and the posturing of politicians mere bubble and froth along the way.
    • But along the way, as this new commercial revolution develops, there will be plenty of froth and lots of bubbles.
    • Under the surface of such froth are intense long-running concerns, which have recently ignited Hollywood activism.
    • But it would be an obtuse reader who dismissed her books as mere froth, who failed to see beneath the humour to the sleeping monster that periodically wakens and roars darkly through the comedy.
    • Give them more than froth and nothing but froth because they are old hands at such light comedies.
    • The froth and the nonsense will blow away because we have a challenge.
    • Articulate and thoughtful, his often enigmatic lyrics go way beyond most of pop and rock's froth to explore deeper issues.
    • There's lots more top quality speculation and opportunistic froth where this came from.
    • Many books that are superficially history books are easily detected as political propaganda or inspirational froth.
    • And who said that this column is all froth and bubbles?
    • People who have no direct experience of the American system can make the mistake of thinking that US politics is all froth and no substance.
    • The two unsigned singer/songwriters embarked on performances that reassured the music, faithful that beneath the commercial froth there's some real talent nestled right here in south Wales.
    • The editorials too often were equivocal; the Saturday edition gravitated towards froth and bubble where lifestyle matters ruled and the Business Section was in radical need of surgery.
    • Is this anything more than a high school clique driven by some clever technology and piggybacking on a resurgence of late - 90s internet froth?
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    banalidad feminine

intransitive verb

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    (liquid) hacer espuma
    to froth at the mouth echar chispas