- 1.1 (scatter)to sprinkle something
onsomethingto sprinkle water on the plantsto sprinkle sugar on somethingrociar las plantas con aguasprinkle the almonds on topespolvorear algo con azúcaresparza las almendras por encimaExample sentences1.2 (cover)to sprinkle something/somebody
- At night she sprinkles a few drops of lavender oil on her pillow to help her sleep.
- Toast the bread slices, one side only, pile the cheese on an untoasted side, sprinkle a few drops of milk on top of the cheese and grill until the cheese bubbles.
- Once it has thickened, pour it over the fruit - sprinkle a little icing sugar over the custard to stop a skin forming.
withsomethingsprinkle the board with flourhe sprinkled the congregation with holy waterespolvoree la tabla con harinathe sky was sprinkled with starsroció a los fieles con agua benditathey were sprinkling the roads with saltel cielo estaba salpicado or tachonado de estrellas [literary]estaban echando sal en las carreterasExample sentences
- Using a small spoon, sprinkle the surface with sago flour.
- Once the pan was hot enough, I sprinkled the smooth surface with vegetable oil and started reheating yesterday's rice.
- Pour the soup in bowls, sprinkle the surface with toasted sesame seeds, and serve with sesame crackers.
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