- vt.& vi.溢出; 泼出; 涌出; 蜂拥而出;
- vt.使跌落; 泄露机密;
- n.洒出（量）; 泼出（量）; 溢出（量）; 小塞子;
- 复数: spills;
- 第三人称单数: spills;
- 过去式: spilt; spilled;
- 过去分词: spilt; spilled;
- 现在分词: spilling;
The tanker began to spill its cargo of oil.
The oil spill has caused incalculable damage to the environment.
Don't spill water on your suit.
Efforts to staunch the spill of crude oil from a tanker off the north coast of Scotland are being held up by gale force winds.
The equipment needed to clean up the spill might not have arrived yet.
An oil spill could be devastating for wildlife.
The spill could wipe out the Gulf's turtle population.
He carefully balanced the satchel so that its contents would not spill out onto the floor.
Utmost care must be taken not to spill any of the contents.
When the bell rings, more than 1,000 children spill from classrooms.
An oil slick caused by a spill from a supertanker has hit several beaches.
If you have the chance to spill your problems out to a therapist it can be a very liberating experience.
He is prepared to spill the blood of a million people.
People call in and just spill their guts about whatever's bothering them on the job or in a relationship.
He was tempted to spill out his problems to Philip.
Tears began to spill out of the boy's eyes.
Trust her to spill the beans, she never could keep a secret.
The coffee is so full that it might spill over.
He is a man who is easy to spill his mind.
Carry the cup carefully and don't jiggle it, or you'll spill the coffee.
Look out the milk doesn't spill.
The sway of the pail caused some milk to spill out.
Don't spill the soup.
Well , Bella , looks like you took quite a spill. How do you feel?
好吧Bella看起来你摔的不轻觉得 怎么样 ?
Waiters should know how to deal with spill.
U.S. authorities have closed 26 % of federal waters to fishing because of the spill.
Tears stung at the back of my eyelids and threatened to spill over at any moment.
Don't spill the beans. It's supposed to be a secret.
别 说 漏了嘴, 这可是个秘密哦!
John Henry's blood spill spilled over the ground, but.
The spill seems certain to prompt NGOs to review their ties to business.
As our special report in this issue (printed before Mr Jobs's death) explains, innovation used to spill over from military and corporate laboratories to the consumer market, but lately this process has gone into reverse.
Part of the economic recovery of the UK will be driven by the next generation of research commercialisation spilling out of our universities.
1. liquid that is spilled;
"clean up the spills"
2. a channel that carries excess water over or around a dam or other obstruction
3. the act of allowing a fluid to escape
4. a sudden drop from an upright position;
"he had a nasty spill on the ice"
1. cause or allow (a liquid substance) to run or flow from a container;
"spill the milk"
2. flow, run or fall out and become lost;
"The milk spilled across the floor"
"The wine spilled onto the table"
3. cause or allow (a solid substance) to flow or run out or over;
"spill the beans all over the table"
4. pour out in drops or small quantities or as if in drops or small quantities;
"God shed His grace on Thee"
5. reveal information;
"If you don't oblige me, I'll talk!"
"The former employee spilled all the details"
spill the beans
(informal)reveal secret information unintentionally or indiscreetly
spill (someone's) blood
kill or wound people
spill one's guts
(informal)reveal copious information to someone in an uninhibited way