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VERB 在水中嬉戏；戏水 If you splash about or splash around in water, you hit or disturb the water in a noisy way, causing some of it to fly up into the air.
A lot of people were in the water, swimming or simply splashing about...
She could hear the voices of her friends as they splashed in a nearby rock pool...
V-ERG (使)溅泼;(使)飞溅;(使)洒落 If you splash a liquid somewhere or if it splashes, it hits someone or something and scatters in a lot of small drops.
He closed his eyes tight, and splashed the water on his face...
A little wave, the first of many, splashed in my face...
N-SING 溅泼声;扑通声 A splash is the sound made when something hits water or falls into it.
There was a splash and something fell clumsily into the water.
N-COUNT 洒泼上去的一点儿;添加进去的少量 A splash of a liquid is a small quantity of it that falls on something or is added to something.
Wallcoverings and floors should be able to withstand steam and splashes...
Add a splash of lemon juice to flavor the butter.
N-COUNT (与周围颜色形成强烈对照的)一片鲜艳颜色 A splash of colour is an area of a bright colour which contrasts strongly with the colours around it.
Anne has left the walls white, but added splashes of colour with the tablecloth and the paintings.
VERB (报刊)以醒目方式刊登 If a magazine or newspaper splashes a story, it prints it in such a way that it is very noticeable.
The newspapers splashed the story all over their front pages...
A picture of his girlfriend Sheryl had been splashed in the previous weekend's tabloids.
PHRASE 引人注目;引起轰动 If you make a splash, you become noticed or become popular because of something that you have done.
Now she's made a splash in the American television show 'Civil Wars'.