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splash

verb [I, T]
 
 
/splæʃ/
B2 If a liquid splashes or you splash a liquid, drops of it hit or fall on something.
chlapać
The paint splashed onto his new shirt. She splashed some cold water on her face.Movement of liquids
splash about/around/through, etc B2 to move in water so that drops of it go in all directions
chlapać (się), pluskać (się)
The children splashed about in the puddles.Movement of liquids
be splashed across/all over sth to be the main story in a newspaper, usually on the front page, which many people will see
widnieć na czymś , zdobić coś
His picture was splashed across the front pages of all the newspapers the next morning.Newspapers and magazines
(Definition of splash verb from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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