Translation of suds in Spanish:


espuma de jabón, n.

Pronunciation /sədz//sʌdz/

plural noun

  • 1

    espuma de jabón feminine
    • Swish up warm soap or detergent suds in the kitchen sink.
    • Cut raw meat and poultry on a smooth-surfaced plastic cutting board which can be scrubbed thoroughly with hot suds afterward.
    • The afternoon was filled with mud, dirt, water, ice, soapy suds and laughter as the students from year 8 to 12 competed with gusto.
    • He was in a large tub full of warm water filled with suds and bubbles.
    • Charles said he looked out of his window Friday morning to see suds foaming over the bank.
    • You might try wiping lightly with a sponge dampened in suds and water; testing first in an inconspicuous spot to be sure the water won't stain the covering.
    • This simple step protects hair extensions from the disturbance caused by suds, water and excessive handling, keeping your braids neater, longer.
    • The powerful built-in vacuum extracts the dirt-laden suds in a matter of seconds.
    • The smooth glass cleaned easily and the water washed all the remaining suds off.
    • Made with citrus and coconut oil blends and very competitively priced, it forms tough suds that dispatch grease and food debris with equal effectiveness.
    • For a non-stick sole-plate, rub gently with nylon mesh pad and suds.
    • Residents wondered what had caused the suds, and worried the soap might have a detrimental affect on fish in the creek.
    • Fill your sink with suds, mop away then rinse with a clean towel.
    • The firefighters, made up of on-duty and off-duty personnel, were using fire hoses and traditional suds to get the vehicles spotless.
    • Rinse your Shih Tzu until the water runs completely clear of any suds and shampoo.
    • But they are good at taking baths and showers, and it is a true soap in every sense of the word, with suds, lather and lye: I'm trying to get a towel company interested now.
    • She leaned further over the bucket, up to her elbows in suds and wet cloth.
    • Put a drop of mineral oil in your dog's eyes to protect them from suds.
    • Wash in lukewarm soapy water, rinse until clear of suds in lukewarm water.
    • Using a stiff long handled brush, scrub stain with concentrated detergent suds.
  • 2

    (soapy water)
    agua jabonosa feminine
  • 3US slang

    cerveza feminine
    • Some golfers were lucky enough to be holed up at number 16 and started soaking up the suds instead of rain.
    • He's the former NFB prodigy animator who now lives in a homeless shelter and spends his days drinking suds at the Copa.
    • More than 22,000 people will socialize, sip and sample from over 200 beers during a three-day celebration of suds at Toronto's Festival of Beer.
    • Marshall Street, our local drinking hole, now has shrubbery, not just suds.
    • Wholesale distributors buy from breweries and sell the suds in kegs and cases to bars, restaurants and retail distributors.
    • But there's more flowing in this Midwestern metropolis than just suds.
    • These are the ‘casual fans,’ the ones who show up at spring training games solely to soak up sun and suds.
    • Whether you are grooving by the stage or sampling the suds, this Festival is sure to move you!
    • Serving up the suds was a lovely Liverpudlian lass who almost made you feel like you popped into a pub on Coronation Street.
    • Although working offshore on the oil rigs and soaking up the suds on the course does not help his game, he still turns in some good scores.
    • Sadly, Bulgarian beer hasn't yet broken into the international market in a manner befitting the quality of the suds available here, however at least it has gained some acknowledgement.
    • We drank the suds and made small talk about St. Louis.
    • The presentation was held in the hotel bar, where there was somewhat of a party mood with free food provided and plenty of suds consumed.
    • There are now at least two known incidents of bruin burglary, and I suspect there are many others that have gone unreported - because few people have the beer guts to say their suds have been swiped.
    • The bottle is made of heavier-gauge aluminum than a standard beer can, so it keeps the suds colder longer.
    • The hard-drinking bear, estimated to be about two years old, broke into campers' coolers and, using his claws and teeth to open the cans, swilled down the suds.
    • All tickets are still priced under $10 and there's plenty of buzz to be had with your suds in the centrally-located beer tent.
    • He was once a part-owner of the Minnesota Vikings and owned a piece of Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer during an era when microbrews were playing taps all over the name-brand suds.
    • From 6 to 9 p.m., as many as 5,000 people come for the art, live music and fresh suds from the Blue Star Brew Pub, also housed at the complex.
    • He also has a treasure trove of beer facts and information to school anyone on the secrets of the suds.