Translation of splash in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 countable or uncountable (spray) to make a splash(make an impression) producir or causar un revuelo(lit: in liquid) salpicarExample sentences1.2 countable (sound) it fell into the lake with a loud splash
cayó ruidosamente al lagowe heard a splash
- As they walked down the street, they heard a yell, which was followed by a splash of some liquid.
- Add corn, reserved dill and a splash of reserved braising liquid and heat through.
- The dumplings wade in a thick peanut mixture with a splash of soy sauce and a sprinkle of sesame seeds.
cayó al lago con un sonoro plaf [colloquial]oímos el ruido de algo al caer al aguasplash! he fell in¡plaf! or ¡zas! se cayó al aguaExample sentences1.3 (paddle, swim) (no plural) we had a quick splash (around) in the sea
nos dimos un chapuzón en el marExample sentences
- I went back to reading my book until I was interrupted about ten minutes later by the sound of some enormous splashes.
- He had not taken much notice until he heard a splash and the sound of panic-stricken voices.
- Valos slowly opened his eyes as he heard the sound of a splash.
- A few splashes of water, and I'm feeling a lot better.
- He leaned to listen to her splashes, but the water was still.
- The horses were cantering lightly, making small splashes of water around their hooves.
- 2 2.1 (small quantity) (no plural) a splash just a splash of orange juice in the vodkaun poco or un chorrito de zumo de naranja en el vodkaa splash of paint and it'll be as good as newcon un poco de pintura quedará como nuevo2.2 countable (mark, patch)Example sentences
- Darker colours tend to be more appropriate at work although there is no harm in adding a splash of brighter colour with accessories.
- Add to this a splash of bright colour and the result is nothing short of arresting.
- For a splash of bright colour it is hard to beat marigolds, Calendula officialis.
- 3 countable (Journalism)they've done a front-page splash on itlo han puesto a toda plana en la primera páginaExample sentences
- For nearly 15 years the media has contributed screaming headlines and front page splashes as well as serious studies.
- My front-page splash became a three-inch brief on the inside - albeit one that took hours to report.
- Of course, the hard but essential task now will be to maintain the sense of priority and importance about indigenous issues once the front page splashes die away again.
- 1 (with liquid) stop splashing me!¡no me salpiques!to splash something
on/ oversomething/somebodysalpicar algohe splashed acid on my clothes dealgome salpicó la ropa de or con ácidoI had mud splashed all over me by a passing carun coche que pasó me salpicó toda de barrohe splashed cologne on his facese echó colonia en la carato splash something/somebody withsomethingsalpicar algo/a alguienthe car was splashed with mud dealgoel coche estaba salpicado de barrocareful you don't splash yourself with oilten cuidado, no vayas a salpicarte de aceiteExample sentences
- Then they start to roll the log, spraying and splashing each other, performing all sorts of acrobatics while turning the piece of wood.
- I pass a besotted dad with his toddler splashing each other from opposites sides of the fountain.
- They dunked and splashed each other in an oversized birdbath.
- 1(water/paint)coffee splashed all over the tablecloth
salpicarel mantel se salpicó or se manchó de caféExample sentences
- Shakily I splashed some cold water onto my stricken face, wishing the cold liquid to act as a reality check, maybe even wake me up from this painfully real nightmare.
- The bathroom was cool when she flicked on the light, and as she splashed cold water onto her face the reflection of the mirror caught her eye.
- I had to push past a few kissing couples to reach the bathroom, and once inside I splashed some cold water onto my face.
- 2(person/animal)the children were splashing (around) in the water
chapotearlos niños chapoteaban en el agua
- 1 (spend freely) 2 (publicize)
- 1verb + adverb
divulgar3→ splash 3 2
darse un lujoto splash out
gastar(se) un dineral2verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object (buying a treat)
en algo [colloquial]
gastarsewe splashed out $1,000 on a new camera
nos gastamos 1.000 dólares en una cámara nueva
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