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Pronunciation of Splash: Learn how to pronounce Splash in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word splash:

verb
1 [with object and adverbial of direction] cause (liquid) to strike or fall on something in irregular drops:
she splashed cold water on to her face
[with object] make wet by splashing:
they splashed each other with water
[no object, with adverbial of direction] (of a liquid) fall or be scattered in irregular drops:
a tear fell and splashed on to the pillow
[no object, with adverbial] strike or move around in a body of water, causing it to fly about noisily:
a stone splashed into the water
she splashed up the path
(be splashed with) be decorated with scattered patches of:
a field splashed with purple clover
2 [with object] print (a story or photograph, especially a sensational one) in a prominent place in a newspaper or magazine:
the story was splashed across the front pages
noun
1a sound made by something striking or falling into liquid:
we hit the water with a mighty splash
a spell of moving about in water energetically:
the girls joined them for a final splash in the pool
a small quantity of liquid that has fallen or been dashed against a surface:
a splash of gravy
a small quantity of liquid added to a drink:
a splash of lemonade
a bright patch of colour:
add a red scarf to give a splash of colour
2 informal a prominent or sensational news feature or story:
a front-page splash
Phrases
make a splash
informal attract a great deal of attention.
Phrasal Verbs
splash down
(of a spacecraft) land on water:
Apollo 12 splashed down safely in the Pacific
splash out
British informal spend money freely:
she splashed out on a Mercedes
Origin:
early 18th century (as a verb): alteration of plash1