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sprinkle

verb /ˈspriŋkl/
to scatter something over something else in small drops or bits
esparcir
He sprinkled salt over his food He sprinkled the roses with water.
sprinkler noun an apparatus for sprinkling eg water over a lawn.
rociador
sprinkling noun a small amount or a few
cantidad reducida
There were mostly women at the meeting, but there was a sprinkling of men.
Translations of “sprinkle”
in Arabic يَرُشّ, يَنْثُر…
in Korean 뿌리다…
in Malaysian memercik…
in French saupoudrer, asperger…
in Turkish saçmak, serpmek, ekmek…
in Italian spruzzare, cospargere…
in Chinese (Traditional) 灑, 撒…
in Russian обрызгивать, посыпать…
in Polish posypywać…
in Vietnamese rắc, tưới…
in Portuguese salpicar…
in Thai โปรย…
in German streuen, besprenkeln…
in Catalan empolvorar, ruixar…
in Japanese (~を)~にちりばめる, まく, ふりかける…
in Indonesian menaburkan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 洒, 撒…
(Definition of sprinkle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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