- vi. 起泡沫; 吐白沫 form or send out foam; froth
- [U]泡沫; 泡沫材料 mass of small, usually white, air bubbles formed in or on a liquid
a mass of small bubbles formed in or on a liquid;
"the beer had a thick head of foam"
a lightweight material in cellular form; made by introducing gas bubbles during manufacture
become bubbly or frothy or foaming;
"The boiling soup was frothing"
"The river was foaming"
- The sea was flecked with foam.
- Foam rubber provides good insulation.
- The fire extinguisher is filled with chemical foam.
- When the horse had finished the race, its sides were wet with foam.
- When he poured the warm beer, it foam up out of the glass.
- The sick dog foamed at the mouth
- He was foaming at the mouth because of his daughter's rudeness.
- The playground is foamed with students.
- Milk foamed into the pails.
- The beer foamed up and overflowed the glass.
- The glass of beer was mostly foam.
- This is a foam product.
- foam at( v.+prep. )
大怒be very angry
- foam with( v.+prep. )
非常气愤be very angry
foam with rage
He is foaming with rage over some decisions.
- plastic foam 塑料泡沫
- in a foam 浑身是汗
- foam of the mouth 嘴里的唾沫
The sighing of the waves as they thickened into roundels of foam.出自： L. Durrell
The white foam burst from the bottle's neck.出自： I. McEwan
Fall down in convulsions [and] foam at the mouth.出自： W. Irving
Still urging on his foaming horse.出自： E. A. Freeman