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splash
British English: /splaʃ/
American English: /splæʃ/

Translation of splash in Italian:

noun

transitive verb

  • 1 (spatter, spray)
    (person, surface)
    to splash something over somebody, something
    schizzare qualcosa su qualcuno, qualcosa
    to splash one's way through something
    attraversare qualcosa facendo degli schizzi
  • 2 (sprinkle) See examples:to splash water on to one's face
    spruzzarsi il viso con acqua
    to splash one's face with water
    bagnarsi il viso con dell'acqua
  • 3 (maliciously) See examples:to splash water, acid onto
    buttare dell'acqua, dell'acido su
  • 4 (Journalism)
    mettere in evidenza, dare grande risalto a
    (story, picture)
    the news was splashed across the front page
    la notizia fu sbattuta in prima pagina

intransitive verb

  • 1 (spatter) (coffee, paint, wine)
    onto over su
    water was splashing from the tap
    l'acqua scrosciava dal rubinetto
  • 2 (move) See examples:to splash through something
    (person)
    attraversare qualcosa inzaccherandosi
    (car)
    attraversare qualcosa schizzando acqua e fango

Phrasal verbs

splash around:

1 splash around
in in
2 splash [something] around
schizzare tutt'intorno
(water, paint)
to splash money around [informal]
spendere e spandere i soldi

splash down

(spacecraft)

splash out

[informal] (spend money)
fare una pazzia
splash out on
fare una pazzia e comprare
(dress, hat, book)

Definition of splash in:

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