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Definición de “splash” en inglés

splash

verb uk   /splæʃ/ us  

splash verb (LIQUID)

B2 [I or T, usually + adv/prep] (UK informal also splosh) If a liquid splashes or if you splash a liquid, it falls on or hits something or someone: Water was splashing from a hole in the roof. Unfortunately some paint splashed onto the rug. She splashed her face with cold water. She poured a large gin and splashed soda into it from a siphon. B2 [I usually + adv/prep] (UK informal also splosh) to move in water so that drops of it go in all directions: The kids were splashing (about/around) in the shallow end of the swimming pool.

splash verb (SHOW)

[T + adv/prep] to print or show something in a very noticeable way: Several newspapers splashed colour pictures of the Prince across their front pages.
Phrasal verbs

splash

noun [C] uk   /splæʃ/ us  

splash noun [C] (LIQUID)

C2 a small amount of a liquid that has fallen or been dropped: There were several splashes of white paint on the carpet. B2 the noise of something hitting or moving in water: We heard a splash and then saw that Toni had fallen in the river.

splash noun [C] (SHOW)

something or someone bright or very noticeable: The little girl in her flowery dress provides the only splash of colour in the picture.
splash
adverb uk   us  
The ball fell splash into the river.
(Definition of splash from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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