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spray

noun /sprei/
a fine mist of small flying drops (of water etc) such as that given out by a waterfall
rociada
The perfume came out of the bottle in a fine spray.
a device with many small holes, or other instrument, for producing a fine mist of liquid
espray
She used a spray to rinse her hair.
a liquid for spraying
aerosol; espray
He bought a can of fly-spray.
(Definition of spray from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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