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1 always followed by an adverb or preposition, [no object] of a liquid : to move, fall, or hit something in a noisy or messy way

Water/Mud splashed everywhere.

He dropped the bottle and bleach splashed onto the floor.

We could hear the waves splashing against the side of the boat.

2 [+ object]

a :
to cause (water or another liquid) to move in a noisy way or messy way

The baby splashed the water.

Don't splash water at your brother.

I accidentally splashed some water on the floor.

b : to make (someone or something) wet with large drops of water or another liquid

Don't splash your brother.

We were splashed by a passing car.

She splashed her face with cold water.

3 [no object] : to move through water in a noisy and messy way

The kids love splashing (around) in the pool.

The dog was splashing through the waves.

4 [+ object] : to mark (something) with patches of color or light

The sunset splashed the sky with red.

— often used as (be) splashed with

The canvas was splashed with bold colors.

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