Translation of espuma in English:
nombre femenino/feminine noun
- 1 1.1 (en el mar) foam, spray; (al romper las olas) surf; (de una cascada) spray; (en agua revuelta) foam, froth 1.2 (del jabón) lather este jabón no hace espuma this soap doesn't lather un baño de espuma(s) a foam o/or bubble bath 1.3 (sobre la cerveza) head, froth esta cerveza no tiene espuma this beer doesn't have a head on it tienes espuma en el bigote you've got froth in your mustache crecer como la espuma [planta] to shoot up (extenderse) to spread like wildfire el número de casos crece como la espuma the number of cases is going sky-high o/or is soaring echar espuma por la boca to foam o/or froth at the mouth subir como la espuma to soar, go sky-high
- 3 3.1 (caucho celular) foam rubber un colchón de espuma a foam-rubber mattress 3.2 (tejido elástico) stretch nylon
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