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spritz

verb [I]   /sprɪts/ US
to spray a mass of very small drops of liquid out of a container, usually by pressing a part of the container 噴,噴灑 After you've applied your powder, spritz with a little mineral water. 擦完粉之後,噴一點礦泉水。 Movement of liquids
spritz     noun [C]
A quick spritz of scent and I'm ready. 再噴一點香水我就好了。 Movement of liquids
Translations of “spritz”
in Chinese (Simplified) 喷,喷洒…
(Definition of spritz from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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