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Spanish translation of “splash”

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.
(Definition of splash from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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