n. a workman who puts up laths
n. the foam resulting from excessive sweating (as on a horse)
v. form a lather
They've got the public in a lather, too.
And stop lathering that shit all over her face.
I have a lot in my memory, but I lather them with amnesia because they're so disgusting.
我记得很多 但还不如忘了 因为实在是令人感觉不快
He's too prissy to ever work up a good lather.
I lather on the weekend sometimes, though, it's nice.
Earrings on, chiffon scarf, lathered in makeup.
戴着耳环 雪纺围巾 化着浓妆
But don't get a good lather with it if it's that dry, and it won't raise the beard.
但如果那么干燥 就不会起太多泡沫 而且胡须也不好剃
Under armed guard, of course, but you won't be blasted with a fire hose, and you'll be able to lather up yourself.
当然 是在武装守卫的看管下 但你不会被消防水管喷了 你也可以自己涂皂沫了
Edmund remains shackled, lathered up and hosed down like a circus animal.
埃德蒙却依然戴着镣铐 被涂上皂沫用水管冲洗 像马戏团动物一样
I might have told her that you're getting mangroomed with the head lather and the beard trim and manipedi.
我应该告诉她你焕然一新 梳了头发 剪了胡子 还修了手指脚趾甲