Translation of "splash" - English-Spanish dictionary

splash

verb uk /splæʃ/

If a liquid splashes or you splash a liquid, drops of it fall on something.

salpicar, caer
She splashed some cold water on her face.

to move in water so that drops of it go in all directions

chapotear
The children splashed about in the puddles.
→ Phrasal verbs splash out (something)
noun uk /splæʃ/

a drop of liquid that has fallen on something, or the mark made by it

salpicadura
There were several small splashes of paint on the carpet.

the sound of something falling into or moving in water

sonido que hace algo al caer en o moverse por el agua

(Translation of “splash” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

splash

verb /splӕʃ/

to make wet with drops of liquid, mud etc, especially suddenly and accidentally

salpicar
A passing car splashed my coat (with water).

to (cause to) fly about in drops

esparcirse
Water splashed everywhere.

to fall or move with splashes

chapotear
The children were splashing in the sea.

to display etc in a place, manner etc that will be noticed

exponer
Posters advertising the concert were splashed all over the wall.

(Translation of “splash” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)