splodge

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splodge

(splɒdʒ)
n
a large irregular spot or blot
vb
(tr) to mark (something) with such a blot or blots
[C19: alteration of earlier splotch]
ˈsplodgy adj

splodge


Past participle: splodged
Gerund: splodging

Imperative
splodge
splodge
Present
I splodge
you splodge
he/she/it splodges
we splodge
you splodge
they splodge
Preterite
I splodged
you splodged
he/she/it splodged
we splodged
you splodged
they splodged
Present Continuous
I am splodging
you are splodging
he/she/it is splodging
we are splodging
you are splodging
they are splodging
Present Perfect
I have splodged
you have splodged
he/she/it has splodged
we have splodged
you have splodged
they have splodged
Past Continuous
I was splodging
you were splodging
he/she/it was splodging
we were splodging
you were splodging
they were splodging
Past Perfect
I had splodged
you had splodged
he/she/it had splodged
we had splodged
you had splodged
they had splodged
Future
I will splodge
you will splodge
he/she/it will splodge
we will splodge
you will splodge
they will splodge
Future Perfect
I will have splodged
you will have splodged
he/she/it will have splodged
we will have splodged
you will have splodged
they will have splodged
Future Continuous
I will be splodging
you will be splodging
he/she/it will be splodging
we will be splodging
you will be splodging
they will be splodging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been splodging
you have been splodging
he/she/it has been splodging
we have been splodging
you have been splodging
they have been splodging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been splodging
you will have been splodging
he/she/it will have been splodging
we will have been splodging
you will have been splodging
they will have been splodging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been splodging
you had been splodging
he/she/it had been splodging
we had been splodging
you had been splodging
they had been splodging
Conditional
I would splodge
you would splodge
he/she/it would splodge
we would splodge
you would splodge
they would splodge
Past Conditional
I would have splodged
you would have splodged
he/she/it would have splodged
we would have splodged
you would have splodged
they would have splodged
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.splodge - an irregularly shaped spotsplodge - an irregularly shaped spot    
blot, smirch, smudge, daub, slur, smear, spot - a blemish made by dirt; "he had a smudge on his cheek"
Translations

splodge

[splɒdʒ] splotch [splɒtʃ] Nmancha f, borrón m

splodge

[ˈsplɒdʒ] n (British) (= splotch) → tache f

splodge

, (US) splotch
nFleck m, → Klecks m; (of cream etc)Klacks m
vt clothesbespritzen; (with paint, ink also) → beklecksen; mudspritzen; paintklecksen

splodge

[splɒdʒ] splotch [splɒtʃ] nmacchia
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Deep, light, square with lashings of meat, cheese and splodges of BBQ sauce.
So the only guaranteed way to get them to the school gates on time is to employ the odd shortcut: Baby wipes to scrub off Marmite, a dishcloth for toothpaste, a strategically-positioned jumper to mask Coco Pops splodges (this never goes down well in the height of summer).
No sunburn and no oily splodges on my kaftans plus it smells gorgeous.
THEY are called sun spots, liver spots and even, euphemistically, "autumn leaves" but the little brown splodges commonly found on middle-aged faces are one of the most obvious signs of ageing.
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In the middle of the plate were three enormous splodges of guacamole, salsa and sour cream.
Painting can be a carefully constructed and detailed picture, it can be a kaleidoscope of shapes and images, and it can even be a series of splodges.
We''ve had blobs of Tarmac thrown at the pavements, and lately splodges of concrete.
Together they possessed the collective intelligence of the flock, but within that flock there were individuals, as recognisable by their behaviour and the distinctive pitch of their bleating as by their marking, the thickness of their fleeces, the pattern of splodges on their faces.
Pumpkin-headed ghouls are everywhere and symbolic splodges of orange paint puts the whole park in a Halloween mood, while the spectacular street parades turn into a spooky musical with Disney favourite "baddies" including Jafar from Aladdin, Ursula from the Little Mermaid and Cruella De Vil of 101 Dalmatians.
The husband has to hold down several jobs to pay the family's bills, and a wife with little ones barely has time to shower, let alone talk to her husband, save to pass a pregnancy test result across the breakfast table through splodges of spilt porridge as she sighs, 'Here's another fine mess you've gotten me into'.