transitive verb past tense & past participle spilled or spilt
intransitive verb past tense & past participle spilled or spilt
- (liquid)the coins spilled onto the floorderramarsepeople spilled (out) into the streetslas monedas cayeron al suelola gente se volcó or se echó a las callesExample sentences
- Shara's hand shook as she picked up a cup of coffee, spilling the now-cold liquid on the article she had just concluded.
- First she spilt the oil, then she broke a container, and finally, she spurted food coloring all over our bags.
- I place the mugs on a small wooden tray and carry it out to the divan, trying not to spill the hot liquid.
- She held his gaze until the tears spilled over onto her cheeks.
- Sophie sustained first, second and third degree burns when a bowl of boiling water spilled over her torso and legs.
- A choked sob caught in her throat, and she brought a hand up to her mouth as her eyes filled with tears that spilled over onto her reddened cheeks.
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