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  1. splash noun [C] (NEWS STORY) a shocking or exciting news story that is given a lot of attention in a newspaper or news programme: The revelation would have been a splash in every newspaper. She came to me because there's been a big splash in the newspaper. SMART Vocabulary: related words and phrases.

  2. splash n (sound of splashing) chapoteo nm : ruido del agua nm + loc adj : Audrey stood on the shore, listening to the gentle splash of the waves on the rocks. Audrey se paró en la orilla, escuchando el chapoteo de las olas en las rocas. splash⇒ vi (make your way by splashing) chapotear⇒ vi : The little girl splashed through the puddle.

  3. C2. a small amount of a liquid that has fallen or been dropped. salpicadura. There were several splashes of white paint on the carpet. B2. the noise of something hitting or moving in water. chapoteo. We heard a splash and then saw that Toni had fallen in the river.

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  5. splash noun [C] (SCATTERED LIQUID) an amount of liquid scattered, or the sound made by liquid being scattered: I wiped up the splashes from the floor. Jimmy jumped into the pool with a splash. (Definición de splash del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

  6. (countable and uncountable) (spray) salpicadura (feminine) to make a splash (in liquid) salpicar b. (countable) (sound) it fell into the lake with a loud splash cayó ruidosamente al lago cayó al lago con un sonoro plaf (informal) we heard a splash oímos el ruido de algo al caer al agua splash! he fell in ¡plaf!

  7. Splash definition, to wet or soil by dashing masses or particles of water, mud, or the like; spatter: Don't splash her dress! See more.

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