- n the act of splashing a (liquid) substance on a surface
- n the act of scattering water about haphazardly
- v cause (a liquid) to spatter about, especially with force
- v walk through mud or mire
- v dash a liquid upon or against
- v mark or overlay with patches of contrasting color or texture; cause to appear splashed or spattered
- v make a splashing sound
water was splashing on the floor
- v soil or stain with a splashed liquid
- v strike and dash about in a liquid
- She remained silent when the leftist Athens daily Avriani began splashing its pages last August with pictures of a topless, sunbathing Mimi, as she is known, frolicking in the sun .
- The higher numbers may reflect more surfers, boogie-boarders and open-water swimmers more people splashing around, hence more attacks.
- The competition is still in the early stages but when two of Latin America's nouveau riche oil powers start splashing out on weapons, alarm bells ring over an arms race.
- Bronwyn Bishop in Sydney Morning Herald
They are splashing $42 billion of taxpayers' money, plunging us into debt, and of that $42 billion, sending $75 million of it overseas where it will not benefit the Australian economy at all,Ms Bishop told parliament. "This is an immoral...
- Harry Redknapp in SkySports
I don't think we will sign too many in January. I can't see us signing an awful lot of people,noted Redknapp. "Everywhere in the world is tight for money, not just us. Manchester City will be splashing it around, but I can't see any others...
- Sepp Blatter in Daily Times
Unlimited cash has given a handful of club owners the wherewithal to control the global game by splashing unimaginable sums on a tiny group of elite players,Blatter said. "More than ever before, the majority is fighting with spears, while...