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splash

 (splăsh)
v. splashed, splash·ing, splash·es
v.tr.
1. To propel or scatter (a fluid) about in flying masses.
2. To scatter fluid onto (a surface) in flying masses; wet, stain, or soil with flying fluid.
3. To cause (something) to scatter fluid in flying masses: splashed their hands in the water.
4. To make (one's way) with or by the scattering of fluid.
5. To apply patches or spots of a contrasting, usually bright, color to: a floral pattern that was splashed with pink; moonlight splashing the deserted courtyard.
6. To display or publicize very noticeably: Their engagement was splashed all over the tabloids.
v.intr.
1.
a. To cause a fluid to scatter in flying masses: splashed about in the swimming pool.
b. To fall into or move through fluid with this effect: We splashed through the waves.
2.
a. To move, spill, or fly about in scattered masses: Whipped cream splashed onto the counter.
b. To produce a sound or sight associated with this effect.
n.
1. The act or sound of splashing: went for a splash in the lake; heard the splash of the fish being thrown back.
2.
a. A flying mass of fluid.
b. A small amount, especially of a fluid: a splash of liqueur on the cake.
3. A marking produced by or as if by scattered fluid: a splash of light.
4. A great though often short-lived impression; a stir: a publicity splash.
Phrasal Verb:
splash down
To land in water. Used of a spacecraft or missile.

[Probably alteration of plash.]

splash′er n.

splash

(splæʃ)
vb
1. to scatter (liquid) about in blobs; spatter
2. to descend or cause to descend upon in blobs: he splashed his jacket.
3. to make (one's way) by or as if by splashing: he splashed through the puddle.
4. (Journalism & Publishing) (tr) to print (a story or photograph) prominently in a newspaper
n
5. an instance or sound of splashing
6. an amount splashed
7. a patch created by or as if by splashing: a splash of colour.
8. informal an extravagant display, usually for effect (esp in the phrase make a splash)
9. (Brewing) a small amount of soda water, water, etc, added to an alcoholic drink
[C18: alteration of plash1]

splash

(splæʃ)

v.t.
1. to wet or soil by dashing water, mud, or the like; spatter.
2. to fall upon (something) in scattered masses or particles, as a liquid does.
3. to dash (water, mud, etc.) about in scattered masses or particles.
v.i.
4. to dash a liquid or semiliquid substance about.
5. (of liquid) to dash with force in scattered masses or particles.
6. to fall, move, or go with a splash or splashes.
n.
7. the act of splashing.
8. the sound of splashing.
9. a quantity of a liquid or semiliquid substance splashed.
10. a spot caused by something splashed.
11. a patch, as of color or light.
12. a striking show or impression.
13. a small amount of liquid.
[1705–15; perhaps alter. of plash1]
splash′er, n.
splash′ing•ly, adv.

splash

  • jaup, jawp - A jaup or jawp is the splash of liquid against a surface or the sound made by liquid sloshing around in a container.
  • jabble - Turbulence on the surface of water; to jabble is "to splash or splatter."
  • spritzer - From German, meaning "splash."
  • swab - As in "mop the decks," it is a back-formation from swabber, "sailor who mops the decks," from a Germanic base meaning "splash."

splash

1. In artillery and naval gunfire support, word transmitted to an observer or spotter five seconds before the estimated time of the impact of a salvo or round.
2. In air interception, target destruction verified by visual or radar means.

splash


Past participle: splashed
Gerund: splashing

Imperative
splash
splash
Present
I splash
you splash
he/she/it splashes
we splash
you splash
they splash
Preterite
I splashed
you splashed
he/she/it splashed
we splashed
you splashed
they splashed
Present Continuous
I am splashing
you are splashing
he/she/it is splashing
we are splashing
you are splashing
they are splashing
Present Perfect
I have splashed
you have splashed
he/she/it has splashed
we have splashed
you have splashed
they have splashed
Past Continuous
I was splashing
you were splashing
he/she/it was splashing
we were splashing
you were splashing
they were splashing
Past Perfect
I had splashed
you had splashed
he/she/it had splashed
we had splashed
you had splashed
they had splashed
Future
I will splash
you will splash
he/she/it will splash
we will splash
you will splash
they will splash
Future Perfect
I will have splashed
you will have splashed
he/she/it will have splashed
we will have splashed
you will have splashed
they will have splashed
Future Continuous
I will be splashing
you will be splashing
he/she/it will be splashing
we will be splashing
you will be splashing
they will be splashing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been splashing
you have been splashing
he/she/it has been splashing
we have been splashing
you have been splashing
they have been splashing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been splashing
you will have been splashing
he/she/it will have been splashing
we will have been splashing
you will have been splashing
they will have been splashing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been splashing
you had been splashing
he/she/it had been splashing
we had been splashing
you had been splashing
they had been splashing
Conditional
I would splash
you would splash
he/she/it would splash
we would splash
you would splash
they would splash
Past Conditional
I would have splashed
you would have splashed
he/she/it would have splashed
we would have splashed
you would have splashed
they would have splashed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.splash - the sound like water splashingsplash - the sound like water splashing  
noise - sound of any kind (especially unintelligible or dissonant sound); "he enjoyed the street noises"; "they heard indistinct noises of people talking"; "during the firework display that ended the gala the noise reached 98 decibels"
splat - a single splash; "he heard a splat as it hit the floor"
2.splash - a prominent or sensational but short-lived news eventsplash - a prominent or sensational but short-lived news event; "he made a great splash and then disappeared"
commotion, hoo-ha, hoo-hah, hurly burly, kerfuffle, to-do, disruption, disturbance, flutter - a disorderly outburst or tumult; "they were amazed by the furious disturbance they had caused"
3.splash - a small quantity of something moist or liquid; "a dab of paint"; "a splatter of mud"; "just a splash of whiskey"
small indefinite amount, small indefinite quantity - an indefinite quantity that is below average size or magnitude
4.splash - a patch of bright color; "her red hat gave her outfit a splash of color"
maculation, patch, speckle, dapple, fleck, spot - a small contrasting part of something; "a bald spot"; "a leopard's spots"; "a patch of clouds"; "patches of thin ice"; "a fleck of red"
5.splash - the act of splashing a (liquid) substance on a surfacesplash - the act of splashing a (liquid) substance on a surface
painting - the act of applying paint to a surface; "you can finish the job of painting faster with a roller than with a brush"
6.splash - the act of scattering water about haphazardly
wetting - the act of making something wet
Verb1.splash - cause (a liquid) to spatter about, especially with force; "She splashed the water around her"
salt - sprinkle as if with salt; "the rebels had salted the fields with mines and traps"
drizzle, moisten - moisten with fine drops; "drizzle the meat with melted butter"
disperse, sprinkle, dot, scatter, dust - distribute loosely; "He scattered gun powder under the wagon"
2.splash - walk through mud or mire; "We had to splosh across the wet meadow"
footslog, plod, trudge, slog, tramp, pad - walk heavily and firmly, as when weary, or through mud; "Mules plodded in a circle around a grindstone"
3.splash - dash a liquid upon or against; "The mother splashed the baby's face with water"
puddle - make a puddle by splashing water
slosh around, slush around, slush, slosh - spill or splash copiously or clumsily; "slosh paint all over the walls"
disperse, sprinkle, dot, scatter, dust - distribute loosely; "He scattered gun powder under the wagon"
4.splash - mark or overlay with patches of contrasting color or texture; cause to appear splashed or spattered; "The mountain was splashed with snow"
overlay, cover - put something on top of something else; "cover the meat with a lot of gravy"
5.splash - make a splashing sound; "water was splashing on the floor"
sound, go - make a certain noise or sound; "She went `Mmmmm'"; "The gun went `bang'"
6.splash - soil or stain with a splashed liquid
begrime, bemire, colly, dirty, grime, soil - make soiled, filthy, or dirty; "don't soil your clothes when you play outside!"
7.splash - strike and dash about in a liquid; "The boys splashed around in the pool"
swatter - splash and flutter about in or as if in water; "She swattered about in the pool"

splash

verb
1. paddle, plunge, bathe, dabble, wade, wallow A lot of people were in the water, splashing about.
2. scatter, shower, spray, sprinkle, spread, wet, strew, squirt, spatter, slop, slosh (informal) He closed his eyes tight, and splashed the water on his face.
3. spatter, mark, stain, smear, speck, speckle, blotch, splodge, bespatter The carpet was splashed with beer stains.
4. dash, break, strike, wash, batter, surge, smack, buffet, plop, plash waves splashing against the side of the boat
5. broadcast, plaster, headline, trumpet, tout, flaunt, publicize, blazon The newspapers splashed the story all over their front pages.
noun
1. splashing, dashing, plash, beating, battering, swashing I would sit alone and listen to the splash of water on the rocks.
2. dash, touch, spattering, splodge Add a splash of lemon juice to flavour the butter.
3. spot, burst, patch, stretch, spurt splashes of colour
4. feature, story, piece, article On their first day, they handed their editor a front-page splash.
5. blob, spot, smudge, stain, smear, fleck, speck splashes of ink over a glowing white surface
make a splash (Informal) cause a stir, make an impact, cause a sensation, cut a dash, be ostentatious He knows how to make a splash in the House of Lords.
splash out (Informal) spend, splurge, be extravagant, push the boat out (Brit. informal), lash out (informal), spare no expense Can you afford to splash out a little?

splash

verb
1. To hurl or scatter liquid upon:
2. To flow or move with a low slapping sound:
Translations
رشُّ ، رشْقُ الماءرَشَّه، رَشْقَهعَلامَة سبَبُها الرَّشقيَرُشُّيَرُش بالماء
brouzdat secákatpocákatskvrnašplíchnutí
plaskestænkoversprøjteplask
roiskuttaa
prskati
fröcsköllefröcskölloccsanloccsanássárfolt
blettur, flekkurblettur, skvettabreiîa útbusla, skvampaskvamp, skellur
はねかける
(물을) 튀기다
dėmėnukabinėtinusagstytipūkštelėjimastaškyti
akcentsapšļakstītizkārtnokārtnosēt
pofŕkaťšplechnutiešpliechať sa
čofotatiobrizgatioškropiti
plaska
สาดกระเด็น
sıçratmakşıpırtısu sıçratarak dolaşmaksu sıçratmasu/çamur lekesi
bắn tóe ra

splash

[splæʃ]
A. N
1. (= spray) → salpicadura f; (= splashing noise) → chapoteo m
I heard a splashoí un chapoteo
it fell with a great splash into the waterhizo mucho ruido al caer al agua
whisky with a splash of waterwhisky m con un poquitín de agua
2. (= patch, spot) [of light] → mancha f
a splash of colouruna mancha de color
3. (fig) with a great splash of publicitycon mucho bombo publicitario
to make a splashcausar sensación
B. VT
1. (gen) → salpicar
to splash sb with watersalpicar a algn de agua
don't splash me!¡no me salpiques!
he splashed water on his facese echó agua en la cara
2. (= stain) → manchar
to splash paint on the floormanchar el suelo de pintura
3. (fig) the story was splashed across the front pageel reportaje apareció con grandes titulares en primera plana
C. VI
1. [liquid, mud etc] mud splashed all over his trousersel barro le salpicó los pantalones
2. [person, animal] (in water) → chapotear
to splash across a streamcruzar un arroyo chapoteando
splash about
A. VT + ADV to splash water aboutdesparramar (el) agua
to splash one's money aboutderrochar su dinero por todas partes
B. VI + ADVchapotear
to splash about in the waterchapotear en el agua
splash down VI + ADVamarar, amerizar
splash out VI + ADV (Brit) → derrochar dinero
so we splashed out and bought itdecidimos echar la casa por la ventana y comprarlo
splash up
A. VT + ADVsalpicar
B. VI + ADVsalpicar

splash

[ˈsplæʃ]
n
(= falling liquid) → éclaboussure f
The floor should be able to withstand splashes → Le sol devrait être résistant aux éclaboussures.
(= mark) → tache f
There was a splash of mud on the wall → Il y avait une tache de boue sur le mur.
(= sound) → plouf m
I heard a splash → J'ai entendu un plouf.
a loud splash → un grand plouf
(= small quantity) a splash of sth → quelques gouttes de qch
Add a splash of lemon juice → Ajoutez quelques gouttes de jus de citron.
[colour] → touche f
a splash of colour → une touche de couleur
to add a splash of colour → ajouter une touche de couleur
(= impression) to make a splash → faire sensation
exclplouf!
vt
(= make wet) [+ person, floor, wall] → éclabousser
Careful! Don't splash me! → Attention! Ne m'éclabousse pas!
He splashed his face with water
BUT Il s'aspergea le visage.
(= let fall) [+ paint, water] → faire tomber
She splashed paint on the floor → Elle a fait tomber de la peinture sur le sol.
(in magazine, newspaper) [+ story, photo] → étaler
The newspapers splashed the story all over their front pages → Les journaux ont étalé cette histoire en première page.
vi
[water, rain] → faire des éclaboussures
The rain splashed on the windows → La pluie faisait des éclaboussures sur les fenêtres.
A little wave splashed in my face
BUT Une petite vague vint s'écraser sur mon visage.
(also splash about) [person] → barboter
splash out
vi (British) (= spend a lot of money) → faire des folies
to splash out on sth → se payer qch

splash

n
(= spray)Spritzen nt no pl; (= noise)Platschen nt no pl, → Platscher m (inf); he dived in with a splashes spritzte/platschte, als er hineinsprang; it made a splash as it hit the waterdas Wasser spritzte nach allen Seiten, als es hineinfiel; (noise) → es fiel platschend ins Wasser; to make a splash (fig)Furore machen; (news) → wie eine Bombe einschlagen; (book) → einschlagen
(= sth splashed)Spritzer m; (esp in drink etc) → Schuss m; (of colour, light)Tupfen m; (= patch)Fleck m; splashes of paintFarbspritzer pl
vt
water etcspritzen; (= pour)gießen; person, objectbespritzen; to splash somebody with water, to splash water over somebodyjdn mit Wasser bespritzen; to splash paint on somethingetw mit Farbe bespritzen; (with brush) → Farbe auf etw (acc)klatschen (inf); to splash one’s way through a streamplatschend einen Bach durchqueren
(Press inf) storygroß rausbringen (inf); the story was splashed all over the papersdie Geschichte wurde in allen Zeitungen groß rausgebracht (inf)
vi (liquid)spritzen; (rain, waves)klatschen; (tears)tropfen; (when diving, walking etc) → platschen; (when playing) → plan(t)schen

splash

:
splashback, splashboard
nSpritzschutz m
splashdown
n (Space) → Wasserung f
splash guard
n (US Aut) → Schmutzfänger m
splash water
n (Tech) → Schwall- or Spritzwasser nt

splash

[splæʃ]
1. n (sound) → tonfo; (series of splashes) → sciabordio; (mark) → spruzzo, macchia (fig) (of colour, light) → chiazza
to make a splash (fig) → far furore
2. vtschizzare
to splash sb with water → schizzare qn d'acqua
to splash sth over sb → schizzare qc addosso a qn
to splash one's face with water → spruzzarsi acqua sul viso
to splash paint on the floor → schizzare il pavimento di vernice
the story was splashed across the front page (fam) → la notizia è stata sbattuta in prima pagina
3. vi (liquid, mud) → schizzare; (person, animal in water) (also splash about) → sguazzare
to splash across a stream → guadare un ruscello
to splash into the water (stone) → cadere nell'acqua con un tonfo
splash down vi + advammarare
splash out vi + adv (fam) → fare spese folli
splash up vi + advschizzare
the waves splashed up against the rocks → le onde s'infrangevano sugli scogli

splash

(splӕʃ) verb
1. to make wet with drops of liquid, mud etc, especially suddenly and accidentally. A passing car splashed my coat (with water).
2. to (cause to) fly about in drops. Water splashed everywhere.
3. to fall or move with splashes. The children were splashing in the sea.
4. to display etc in a place, manner etc that will be noticed. Posters advertising the concert were splashed all over the wall.
noun
1. a scattering of drops of liquid or the noise made by this. He fell in with a loud splash.
2. a mark made by splashing. There was a splash of mud on her dress.
3. a bright patch. a splash of colour.

splash

يَرُشُّ cákat plaske spritzen πλατσουρίζω salpicar roiskuttaa éclabousser prskati schizzare はねかける (물을) 튀기다 spatten skvette opryskać respingar, salpicar брызгать(ся) plaska สาดกระเด็น sıçratmak bắn tóe ra