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Related to slosh: slosh around
v. sloshed, slosh·ing, slosh·es
1. To spill or splash (a liquid) copiously or clumsily: slosh paint on the floor.
2. To agitate in a liquid: slosh clothes in a solution of bleach and detergent.
To splash, wade, or flounder in water or another liquid: sloshed through the creek.
2. The sound of splashing liquid.
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1. watery mud, snow, etc
2. slang Brit a heavy blow
3. the sound of splashing liquid
4. (Dancing) a popular dance with a traditional routine of steps, kicks, and turns performed in lines
5. (tr; foll by around, on, in, etc) informal to throw or pour (liquid)
a. to shake or stir (something) in a liquid
b. (of a person) to splash (around) in water, etc
7. (tr) slang Brit to deal a heavy blow to
8. informal (usually foll by: about or around) to shake (a container of liquid) or (of liquid within a container) to be shaken
[C19: variant of slush, influenced by slop1]
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1. to splash or move through water, mud, or slush.
2. (of a liquid) to move about actively within a container.v.t.
3. to stir or splash (something) around in a fluid.
4. to splash (liquid) clumsily or haphazardly.n.
5. watery mire or partly melted snow; slush.
6. the lap or splash of liquid.
slosh′y, adj. slosh•i•er, slosh•i•est.
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Past participle: sloshed
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|Verb||1.||slosh - make a splashing sound; "water was splashing on the floor"|
|2.||slosh - walk through mud or mire; "We had to splosh across the wet meadow"|
|3.||slosh - spill or splash copiously or clumsily; "slosh paint all over the walls"|
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2. (= hit) [+ person] → pegar
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b. (hit, person) → colpire
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