Sinónimos de splash en inglés:



  • 1 splash your face with cool water
    sprinkle, spray, spritz, shower, splatter, slosh, slop, squirt; daub; wet
  • 2 his boots were splashed with mud
    spatter, bespatter, splatter, speck, speckle, blotch, smear, stain, mark
    informal splotch, splodge
    Scottish & Irish informal slabber
    literary bedabble
  • 3 the Atlantic Ocean splashed against the pier
    swash, wash, break, lap; dash, beat, lash, batter, crash, buffet, surge
    literary plash
  • 4 children splashed about gleefully in the shallow water
    paddle, wade, slosh; wallow
    informal splosh
  • 5 the story was splashed across the front pages
    blazon, display, spread, plaster, trumpet, publicize, broadcast, headline
    informal splatter
  • Frases

    be splashed with

    Lonnie's face was splashed with frecklesbe flecked withbe dotted withbe stippled withbe studded withbe scattered with

    splash out

    British informal she splashed out on a Mercedesbe extravagantgo on a spending spreesplurgespare no expensespend lavishlyspend a lot of money informallash outpush the boat outgo madgo on a shopping bingeindulge in some retail therapy


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  • 1 the splash of the water against the rocks
    splashing, swashing, dashing, beating, battering
    literary plash, plashing
    archaic swash
  • 2 there was a splash of blood on his forehead
    spot, blob, dab, daub, smudge, smear, speck, speckle, fleck, patch, pop; mark, stain
    informal splotch, splosh, splodge
  • 3 a splash of lemonade
    drop, dash, bit, spot, soupçon, dribble, driblet; little, small amount
    Scottish informal scoosh
  • 4 add a red scarf to give a splash of colour
    patch, burst, streak
  • 5 a front-page splash
    feature, story, article, piece; display
    North American informal screamer
  • Frases

    make a splash

    informal cause a sensationcause a stirattract attentiondraw attention to oneself/itselfget noticedmake an impressionmake an impactcut a dash

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    Palabra del día flippant
    Pronunciación: ˈflɪp(ə)nt
    not showing a serious or respectful attitude