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English definition of “frothy”


adjective     /ˈfrɒθi/ STOCK MARKET, FINANCE
used to describe a market in which the prices of assets are beginning to rise above their real value because of high demand : Anyone who invests in a market this frothy must surely realize it is also risky . → Compare bubble
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