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Return to the pan and mash with half the butter and a splash of milk. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The family splashed about in the pool as the pop star once again flashed her bikini body. The Sun (2007)He was seen splashing around and shouting before sinking beneath the surface. The Sun (2011)The pictures were splashed over front pages all around the world. Times, Sunday Times (2009)But she looks marvellous and they should make a splash in the magazines. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Thin down as you go with little splashes of the stock. Times, Sunday Times (2006)You can keep it very natural or make a splash with bright colours to complement your tan. The Sun (2010)That was the first splash of a wave of positive suggestions. Going For It!: How to Succeed As an Entrepreneur (1986)Place a frying pan on a medium heat and add a splash of groundnut oil. The Sun (2011)She does not make the loud public splash of so many contemporaries. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Or is that just raw ambition wanting to make a bigger splash? Christianity Today (2000)Season with salt and pepper and add the sugar and a small splash of wine vinegar. Times, Sunday Times (2013)You would have seen the story splashed all over the news. Times, Sunday Times (2009)But any such move seems bound to cause a splash. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Peel and finely chop onion and soften in butter with a splash of olive oil. Times, Sunday Times (2010)My first memories are of splashing about in the warm sea. The Sun (2011)They will reward you with a strong splash of colour in the house in the depths of the winter. Times, Sunday Times (2007)They have not gone out to try to buy a team in a day by splashing massive amounts in one go. The Sun (2013)With budgets tight, splashing out on lots of new clothes is a luxury few of us can afford. The Sun (2008)There is a splashing sound. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Then I felt a splash on my face. The Sun (2013)Next I splash my face five times and brush my teeth for two minutes with an electric toothbrush. Times, Sunday Times (2006)They launched the nose of the boat, a faint rushing sound, no splash. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'splash'
British English: splash /splæʃ/ VERB
If you splash about or splash around in water, you hit or disturb the water in a noisy way, causing some of it to fly up into the air.
A lot of people were in the water, swimming or simply splashing about.
- American English: splash
- Arabic: يَرُشُّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: respingar
- Chinese: 溅
- Croatian: prskati
- Czech: cákat
- 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
- European Portuguese: salpicar
- Romanian: a se bălăci
- Russian: брызгать(ся)
- Spanish: salpicar
- Swedish: plaska
- Thai: สาดกระเด็น
- Turkish: sıçratmak
- Ukrainian: плескатися
- Vietnamese: bắn tóe ra
British English: splash NOUN
A splash is the sound made when something hits water or falls into it.
There was a splash, and something fell clumsily into the water.
Definition of splash from the Collins English Dictionary
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