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spilt British & World English

past and past participle of spill.

spilt in spill1 British & World English

Cause or allow (liquid) to flow over the edge of its container, especially unintentionally

spill1 British & World English

(With reference to the contents of something) empty out or be emptied out on to a surface

spill over in spill1 British & World English

(Of a bad situation or strong emotion) reach a point at which it can no longer be controlled or contained

spill over British & World English

(Of a bad situation or strong emotion) reach a point at which it can no longer be controlled or contained

spill blood British & World English

Kill or wound people

it's no use crying over spilt milk in milk British & World English

There is no point in regretting something which has already happened and cannot be changed or reversed

it's no use crying over spilt milk British & World English

There is no point in regretting something which has already happened and cannot be changed or reversed

spill one's guts in spill1 British & World English

Reveal copious information to someone in an uninhibited way

spill one's guts British & World English

Reveal copious information to someone in an uninhibited way

spill the beans in spill1 British & World English

Reveal secret information unintentionally or indiscreetly

spill the beans British & World English

Reveal secret information unintentionally or indiscreetly

spilt English-Spanish

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