Translation of frothy in Spanish:

frothy

espumoso, adj.

Pronunciation: /ˈfrɒθi//ˈfrɔθi/

adjective

  • 1

    (liquid) espumoso
    • The crabs twitched and blew frothy bubbles, showing off their freshness with an occasional contraction of a pincer, as they lolled numbly in a shallow ice-filled tray.
    • Astronomers have recently discovered that looking at dust along the plane of our Milky Way Galaxy is a bit like looking into a frothy glass of beer.
    • It creates and lives in the frothy substance you describe, which is called ‘cuckoo-spit’.
    • It articulated the frustrations of a generation struggling to find their own voice in a society that hadn't yet given a place to them, when going to a cafe and drinking frothy coffee was about as exciting as it got.
    • She looked down into her nearly empty coffee mug, mixing the remainder of the coffee with the frothy layer that hadn't disappeared yet.
    • Now, I don't mean the actual delightfully frothy bubbles that dance around on the top of a glass of champagne.
    • Developing young create a frothy mass commonly known as cuckoo spit on plants in the early spring and summer to hide from predators such as ants.
    • Rose tilted her head back and let the blisteringly hot water soak her hair, rinsing away the mountains of frothy bubbles that coated her luxurious chocolate-coloured tresses.
    • Season and purée the lobster foam until frothy and keep warm.
    • As they settled in, Mattie held up two fingers to the barmaid, who arrived seconds later with two glasses full of a frothy brew.
    • The frothy milk ‘caps’ were perfect, and the coffee flavor in both cases was good too.
    • Combine 2 1/4 cups evaporated milk, 1/2 cup sugar and vanilla extract in blender; blend until frothy.
    • I decided to take long hot bath; five minutes later I was sliding under the frothy white bubbles.
    • If you have a room at the front of the hotel you open the shutters to the full glory of the frothy blue ocean bashing against the rocks below.
    • Yesterday, during my morning tea break (such as it is at the moment), I dashed around the corner to the cafe and got my ever present hot frothy coffee.
    • The water was steamy hot, and frothy from the bubble bath she had added.
    • The frothy mass is left to set and go hard, and becomes a hazard to teeth!
    • Add four eggs and half a cup of water to the paste and beat well with an egg beater till very frothy and air bubbles appear.
    • The coffee was made frothy by pouring it from one container to another, with as much air in between as possible.
    • Rich, frothy and laden with booze, eggnog is an inevitable part of the Yuletide tradition.
  • 2

    (writing/talk) banal
    • Not to say they can't be light or frothy - but necessary to somebody, rather than built to aggrandize the makers or the stars.
    • Lunar Park is a lush, mature novel that is also a frothy read full of gossip and blood.
    • Being Julia is a light and frothy period stage drama, which brings out the self-importance of luvvies, but in a likeable, endearing way.
    • The music can be frothy; it can be fizzy, bubbly, cheery and it most definitely is catchy.
    • Television could present entertainment, even frothy entertainment, which it certainly did.
    • Amid the glamour in the slammer, Marshall's cynical and superficial film lets the sly digs at American corruption bubble away underneath the frothy surface.
    • What we really get is a light, frothy, insubstantial comedy that feels more like Meet the Parents, and a really nice DVD package.
    • His 90 minutes of frothy entertainment does for the musical what the Reduced Shakespeare Company did for the Bard.
    • I say, despite the bad reviews, it certainly fits the bill if you are looking for light frothy farce.
    • Consequently, you get an evening of light, frothy entertainment as you revel in the filthy deeds the schemers get up to and share their delight at the misfortune of others.
    • I found one, took it home and a few weeks later, in the mood for something frothy and light, actually read it.
    • Lunamarium is filled with light, frothy pop tunes, which is fine if you like that sort of thing.
    • They created frothy paeans to the pleasures of surface, frivolity and irresponsibility.
    • His pretty, sparkling, frothy snapshots of everyday life, children, nudes and landscapes guaranteed him the most reproduced artist status.
    • The only paper that's doing exceptionally well is the Daily Star, and we have a light and frothy diet of celebrity and fun.
    • You could call it frothy, or you could call it frivolous.
    • In fact, far from taking anything seriously, the mood at even the press conference remained light and frothy throughout.
    • The film's light, frothy tone and the fact that it won the Genie in this category and an award at Cannes definitely works in its favour.