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splash /splæʃ/
  • danh từ
    • sự bắn toé (bùn, nước...); lượng (bùn nước...) bắn toé
    • tiếng (nước) bắn, tiếng (sóng) vỗ
    • (thông tục) lượng nước xôđa (để pha rượu uytky)
    • vết bùn, đốm bẩn
    • vế đốm (trên da súc vật)
    • phấn bột gạo (để thoa mặt)
    • to have a Splash
      • tắm rửa
    • to make a splash
      • làm cho nhiều người chú ý (bằng cách khoe của)
  • ngoại động từ
    • té, văng, làm bắn toé
      • to splash somebody with water: té nước vào ai
      • to splash wawter about: lãng phí tiền của
    • điểm loáng thoáng, chấm loáng thoáng (để trang trí)
    • nội động từ
      • bắn lên, văng lên, bắn toé (bùn nước)
      • lội lõm bõm (trong bùn)
        • to splash across a muddy field: lội lõm bõm qua đồng lầy
    Concise Dictionary
    splashes|splashed|splashingsplæʃ
    noun
    +the sound like water splashing
    +a prominent or sensational but short-lived news event
    +a small quantity of something moist or liquid
    +a patch of bright color
    +the act of splashing a (liquid) substance on a surface
    +the act of scattering water about haphazardly
    verb
    +cause (a liquid) to spatter about, especially with force
    +walk through mud or mire
    +dash a liquid upon or against
    +mark or overlay with patches of contrasting color or texture; cause to appear splashed or spattered
    +make a splashing sound
    +soil or stain with a splashed liquid
    +strike and dash about in a liquid

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    v.
    1 spatter, bespatter, splatter, shower, spray, sprinkle, besprinkle, Brit splodge or US also splotch; mottle, spot:
    The painters splashed paint all over the floor. My freshly washed car was soon splashed with mud again.
    2 blazon, spread, plaster:
    Was that your picture splashed across the front page of yesterday's paper?
    n.
    3 spatter, spray, splatter, sprinkle, spot, stain, smear, smudge, Brit splodge or US also splotch:
    There's a splash of tomato sauce on the tablecloth.
    4 impression, show, uproar, ado, brouhaha, sensation, commotion, excitement, US foofaraw, Colloq to-do:
    After all the advance publicity, he was sure to make a big splash in the theatre.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    verb, noun
    + verb
    1 [V] (of liquid) to fall noisily onto a surface: Water splashed onto the floor. + Rain splashed against the windows. + Big tears ran down her cheeks and splashed onto the paper.
    2 [VN] ~ sth (on / onto / over sb/sth)
    ~ sb/sth (with sth) to make sb/sth wet by making water, mud, etc. fall on them/it: He splashed cold water on his face. + He splashed his face with cold water. + My clothes were splashed with mud. + Stop splashing me! + Try not to splash the leaves when you water the plant.
    3 [V] to move through water making drops fly everywhere: The kids were splashing through the puddles. + People were having fun in the pool, swimming or just splashing around.
    4 [VN] ~ sth with sth [usually passive] to decorate sth with areas of bright colour, not in a regular pattern: The walls were splashed with patches of blue and purple.
    Phrasal Verbs: splash sth across / over sth to put a photograph, news story, etc. in a place where it will be easily noticed: The story was splashed across the front pages of the Sunday papers. + The name of their sponsors is splashed across the team's football shirts.
    splash down (of a spacecraft) to land in the sea or ocean: They are due to splash down in the Pacific tomorrow.
    related noun SPLASHDOWN
    splash out (on sth)
    splash sth<->out (on / for sth) (BrE, informal) to spend a lot of money on sth: We're going to splash out and buy a new car. + He splashed out hundreds of pounds on designer clothes.
    + noun
    1 [C] the sound of sth hitting liquid or of liquid hitting sth: We heard the splash when she fell into the pool.
    2 [C] a small amount of liquid that falls onto sth; the mark that this makes: splashes of water on the floor + dark splashes of mud on her skirt + Any splashes on the skin should be removed immediately.
    3 [C] a small area of bright colour or light that contrasts with the colours around it: These flowers will give a splash of colour throughout the summer.
    4 [sing.] (BrE, informal) a small amount of liquid that you add to a drink: coffee with just a splash of milk + a scotch with a splash of soda
    Compare: DASH
    5 [sing.] an article in a newspaper, etc. that is intended to attract a lot of attention: Their engagement was the front-page splash in all the papers. + a splash headline / report
    Idioms: make / cause, etc. a splash (informal) to do sth in a way that attracts a lot of attention, or causes a lot of excitement: Her first book made a big splash. + Parents still like to make a splash for a daughter's wedding.
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    1 sound; amount of liquid

    ADJ.

    big, huge | small | loud | soft

    VERB + SPLASH

    make
    (often figurative) She intended to make a big splash with her wedding.
    | hear

    PREP.

    with a ~
    She jumped into the pool with a splash.

    2 area of colour/light

    ADJ.

    bold, bright
    a bold splash of red

    VERB + SPLASH

    add, lend
    Window boxes of tulips added a splash of colour to the street.

    PHRASES

    a splash of colour/light

    verb

    1 in/with water

    ADV.

    happily
    The baby was splashing happily in the bath.
    | about, around
    splashing around in the sea

    PREP.

    against
    Rain splashed against the window.
    | on/onto
    She splashed some petrol onto the wood and set fire to it.
    | over
    She splashed some water over her boots to clean them.
    | through
    They splashed through the puddles.
    | with
    Her clean washing was all splashed with mud.

    2 be splashed with sth: with a colour

    ADV.

    generously, liberally
    He was in his mid-forties, his hair liberally splashed with grey.



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