English version

froth in Drink topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfrothfroth1 /frɒθ $ frɒːθ/ noun  1 [singular, uncountable]DFDHC a mass of small bubbles on the top of a liquid syn foam ‘Excellent beer, ’ he said, wiping the froth from his mouth.2 [singular, uncountable]HBA small white bubbles of saliva around a person’s or animal’s mouth3 [uncountable]IMPORTANT talk or ideas that are attractive but have no real value or meaning The book has too much froth and not enough fact.
Examples from the Corpus
frothHe had seen Nehushtah only once as she'd weaved her way, in a froth of acolytes, across the gardens.All is grace, froth and flow.The play is an enjoyable bit of holiday froth.You inform by making sure that the programme is not just froth and bubble, that it has genuine body.The eggs are then laid in the resulting ball of froth.A mile or two away a line of froth delineated the beach and along it Impressionistic strokes suggested stick and hessian shelters.One of his mates took the dented tube away from him and opened it, splashing froth over a window.Skim the froth off the top of the melted butter.The bear roared at him with fury, its black muzzle and huge jaws covered in a thick white froth.