- n. (肥皂水的)泡沫；激动
- v. 起泡沫；涂上肥皂沫
the froth produced by soaps or detergents
agitation resulting from active worry;
"don't get in a stew"
"he's in a sweat about exams"
a workman who puts up laths
the foam resulting from excessive sweating (as on a horse)
beat severely with a whip or rod;
"The teacher often flogged the students"
"The children were severely trounced"
form a lather;
"The shaving cream lathered"
exude sweat or lather;
"this unfit horse lathers easily"
rub soap all over, usually with the purpose of cleaning
- This soap raises no lather at all.
- He put some lather on his chin, and then began to shave.
- He worked himself into a lather.
- The boss always gets in a lather during stocktaking time.
- Soap will not lather in sea-water.
- He commences to lather his face again, and then to hone his razor.
His hands were gently rubbing the shampoo into a rich lather.出自： E. Pizzey
Uncle Peter..drove to the hospital, making trip after trip until the old horse was lathered.出自： M. Mitchell
Roy would snarl..his jaws lathering.出自： A. Miller