Definition of 'foam'
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He didn't so much bite the hand that fed him as tear it off with bared fangs and foaming mouth. Times, Sunday Times (2017)There's also a luxurious bathroom, cosy bedroom with double bed and a pullout memory foam mattress under the couch. The Sun (2016)Conventional running shoes normally feature a foam or gel layer in the sole. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Add the egg white foam to the froth. The Sun (2012)They were both foaming at the mouth. The Sun (2009)Within two hours we ended up at a foam party. The Sun (2016)Valleys looked like they were full of shaving foam as they filled with fog. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Cheap foam mattresses are less comfortable than sprung ones and will wear less well. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The jab left her foaming at the mouth. The Sun (2015)Wearing a soft foam rubber collar at night can help. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He tried to get to his feet before slumping to the ground again foaming at the mouth. The Sun (2012)The same holds for carpet pads, especially if they are made of foam rubber. An Alternative Approach to Allergies (1990)For added comfort, it has an ankle collar with memory foam and a toe bumper. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Maybe put a bit of padding under there too, some carpet or foam rubber. Times, Sunday Times (2013)YOU'RE out of shaving foam and can't get to the shops. The Sun (2006)This puppetry show starring a hunk of mattress foam is a fast-moving hoot. Times, Sunday Times (2015)At least it's a bit more arty than a foam finger. The Sun (2013)I noticed a pit in the floor filled with cubes of foam rubber. The Sun (2010) Thick foam glass insulation means the steel won't turn into an oven in summer or a freezer in winter. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I'm saving for a bed with a memory foam mattress which gives full support to the spinal area. The Sun (2012)With memory foam that moulds to your feet, you'll want to wear them all the time. The Sun (2015)
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Translations for 'foam'
British English: foam NOUN
Foam consists of a mass of small bubbles that are formed when air and a liquid are mixed together.
The water curved round the rocks in great bursts of foam.
Definition of foam from the Collins English Dictionary
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