Meaning of “spray” - Learner’s Dictionary

spray

verb uk us /spreɪ/
LIQUID [ T ]

B2 to force liquid out of a container in many small drops:

The fields are sprayed with pesticides.
She sprayed a little perfume on her wrists.
PIECES [ I, T ]

If small pieces of something spray somewhere or if something sprays them, they are sent through the air in all directions:

A brick shattered the window, spraying the room with pieces of broken glass.

(Definition of “spray verb” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)