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make a splash

Definition of make a splash in English:

informal Attract a great deal of attention.
Example sentences
  • And so, every so often, he cannot resist making a splash, drawing attention to himself and reminding people that he is a major Labour Party player.
  • With communicator Mercury stirring up your need to make a splash, you could emulate these ladies and attract lots of publicity with your words.
  • Our article has certainly made a splash, generating a great deal of criticism in the blog world.
Synonyms
cause a sensation, cause a stir, attract attention, draw attention to oneself/itself, get noticed, make an impression, make an impact
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