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froth at the mouth

1. Literally, to produce foam from one's mouth, as due to a disease or other ailment. All of a sudden she collapsed in a fit, convulsing and frothing at the mouth.
2. Figuratively, to be viciously and uncontrollably angry or upset. The protesters had formed outside the courthouse, frothing at the mouth as the alleged murderer made his way up the steps.
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froth something up

to whip or aerate something until it is frothy. Froth the milk up before you add it to the sauce. Froth up the milk before you pour it in.
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froth up

[for something] to build up a froth when whipped, aerated, or boiled. The mixture began to froth up as Dan beat it. The milk frothed up as the steam went through it.
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froth up

v.
1. To become frothy or foamy: The vinegar quickly frothed up when I added the baking soda.
2. To cause something to become frothy or foamy: The spinning blades of the blender frothed up the juice. You need to stir vigorously in order to froth the sauce up.
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froth

n. a beer. How about another pitcher of frost, innkeeper?
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Washwater is commonly added to the top of froths in flotation columns to aid gangue rejection from the concentrate, and the effects of this upon the liquid fraction of the foam can be calculated using the theory of Stevenson (2006b, 2007a); this theory has been experimentally verified by Ireland and Jameson (2007).
bubbly liquid) and froth phases, and the colloidal interactions between particles and bubbles.
Froth floatation is a process used to selectively separate hydrophobic minerals suspended in a solution by attaching them to gas bubbles and transferring into the froth layers.
The researchers have also observed a dramatic "melting" transition, in which a front sweeps through an orderly lattice of magnetized cells, leaving behind a disordered magnetic froth.
In these processes, hot or warm water is added to oil sands to form a slurry from which bitumen is liberated from the sand grains and recovered as bitumen froth by flotation (Masliyah et al.
The machine also has a patented siphoning system lets the user control the milk and coffee portions, to create any size of cappuccino or latte with as little or as much froth as desired - one after the other with no downtime.
Scientists make froths easier to study by pressing them between transparent plates into two-dimensional jigsaws of polygons.
Buoyancy-driven flows, which are a good example of non-uniform flow mechanisms, are frequently observed in froths when wash liquid is added, producing a large slip velocity between the two phases (Ireland and Jameson, 2007b; Vera et al.
Coming this fall is De'Longhi's Magnifica Automatic Cappuccino Maker EAM3500, which grinds beans, brews espresso and also froths milk, all with one touch.
The mini-s frother steams or froths milk either in a pitcher or right in the cup.
Such observations have led metallurgiststo use soap froths as a rough model for a metal's grain structure.
The Acorto automatically grinds fresh whole beans, steams and froths fresh milk and delivers a freshly brewed espresso drink in less than a minute.
The column froths are relatively wet (higher liquid content) compared to conventional foams.
Using a unique patented frothing disk, the unit froths automatically with a quick touch of a button, creating foamed or steamed milk with perfect consistency.
The largest capacity automatic milk frother on the market, it froths up to 10 ounces of milk or steams up to 16 ounces, for a wide variety of hot or cold beverages or even food preparation techniques.