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suds

Pronunciation: /sʌdz/

Translation of suds in Spanish:

plural noun/nombre plural

  • 1.1 (froth) espuma (feminine) de jabón
    Example sentences
    • Swish up warm soap or detergent suds in the kitchen sink.
    • He was in a large tub full of warm water filled with suds and bubbles.
    • Wash in lukewarm soapy water, rinse until clear of suds in lukewarm water.
    1.2 (soapy water) agua (feminine) jabonosa 1.3 (beer) (American English/inglés norteamericano) [slang/argot], cerveza (feminine)
    Example sentences
    • 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.
    • The bottle is made of heavier-gauge aluminum than a standard beer can, so it keeps the suds colder longer.
    • 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.

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