Definitions for "Suds"
Keywords:  froth, soap, bubbly, bubbles, deodorant
Water impregnated with soap, esp. when worked up into bubbles and froth.
A froth of bubbles on the surface of the water. Usually comes from soap, oil, deodorant, hair spray, sun tan oil, etc. that is shed into the water as swimmers enter.
the froth produced by soaps or detergents
Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems. Physical structures built to take surface water runoff. They include storage ponds, wetland, and porous pavement and car park surfaces. In addition, they can improve amenity and biodiversity. They are not limited to the urban environment. Waste - commercial Waste arising from premises used wholly or mainly for trade, business, recreation or entertainment, excluding household and industrial waste.
Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems. A technique for dealing with problems of flooding and surface water quality using the best practicable environmental solution.
Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems. SUDS aim to encourage development that does not adversely affect the aquatic environment by developing and promoting policies and solutions for sustainable disposal and / or the reuse / recycling of surface water in new developments.
a dysphemism for beer (especially for lager that effervesces)
Keywords:  bob, sponge, episode, pants, season
"Suds" is a Sponge Bob Square Pants episode from season one.
Keywords:  wash
wash in suds
A SUDS or a Subjective Units of Disturbance Scale is a scale of 0 to 10 for measuring the subjective intensity of disturbance or distress currently experienced by an individual. The individual self assesses where they are on the scale. The SUDS may be used as a benchmark for a professional or observer to evaluate the progress of treatment.
Keywords:  science, user, data, services
Science, User and Data Services