Hindi translation of 'splash'
splash /splæʃ स्प्लैश्/
Word forms: splashes, splashing, splashed
1. intransitive verb, singular noun
If you splash around in water, you hit or disturb the water in a noisy way. A splash is the sound made when something hits or falls into water.
Children continually splash in and out of the water.
It hit the water with a huge splash.
2. transitive or intransitive verb, countable noun
If you splash a liquid somewhere or if it splashes, it hits someone or something and scatters in a lot of small drops. A splash of liquid is a quantity of it that hits something in this way.
Tears splashed into her hands.
If you make a splash, you become noticed or become popular because of something that you have done.[informal]
If you splash out on something, especially on a luxury, you buy it even though it costs a lot of money.[Brit , informal]
पैसा खर्च करना
He wanted to splash out on a new car.
Copyright © 2014 by HarperCollins Publishers. All rights reserved.
Example Sentences Including 'splash'
The only splash of colour was the angry purple zit on his neck.KICK BACK (2002)
He slipped through a splash of sunlight coming down in slanting lines.The Last Raven
Usually, Stan would have something very decorative or exotic to make a splash ; the shop was a bit subdued that day.Gothic Pursuit
Trends of 'splash'
View usage over:
'splash' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَرُشُّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: respingar
- Chinese: 溅
- Croatian: prskati
- Czech: cákat pocákat
- Danish: plaske
- Dutch: spatten
- European Spanish: salpicar
- Finnish: roiskuttaa
- French: éclabousser
- German: spritzen
- Greek: πλατσουρίζω
- Italian: schizzare
- Japanese: はねかける
- Korean: (물을) 튀기다
- Norwegian: skvette
- Polish: opryskać opryskiwać
- Portuguese: salpicar
- Romanian: a se bălăci
- Russian: брызгать(ся)
- Spanish: salpicar
- Swedish: plaska
- Thai: สาดกระเด็น
- Turkish: sıçratmak
- Ukrainian: плескатися
- Vietnamese: bắn tóe ra
Translation of splash from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary