Translation of splosh in Spanish:


hacer una chambonada con, v.

Pronunciation /splɑʃ//splɒʃ/

transitive verb


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    (paint) (incompetently) hacer una chambonada con informal
    (paint) (incompetently) hacer una chapuza con Spain informal
    (drink/soup) (accidentally) derramar
    • For the best chance of sport pick a balmy night and fish long into the early hours when the biggest fish can be heard sploshing in the darkness.
    • And, next I knew, he was donning his outdoor boots and slipping out of the door to carry out a wild summer night dance, sploshing along a crunchy path of snails and over a slimy carpet of slugs.
    • Vice slipped his hood on and stared down at his feet sploshing in muddy puddles.
    • She stomped out into the mud, splishing and sploshing.

intransitive verb

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    (dog/child) chapotear
    (paint/water) salpicar


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    • 1.1(sound)

      we heard a splosh oímos el ruido de algo al caer al agua
      • One minute you are on a pleasant nature ramble, and the next - splosh!
      • And then you surface with a splosh and for a few brief seconds, everything's still blurry as you blink the water from your eyes.
      • Another tear dropped into the water with a splosh.
      • A tear slowly fell from my face and landed splosh onto the picture.
      • And if I ever fall off a cliff it will be a cry of ‘aieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee’ before the inevitable splosh or splat.
      • Soon we'll be mooring up in a secluded creek where we'll drink champagne to the soothing sounds of water clucking against boat and the occasional splosh of a jumping fish.
      • I just barely managed to throw my mother the phone when the previously eaten food made its bid for freedom and escaped in a loud gushing, splosh.

    • 1.2(of liquid)

      salpicadura feminine
      • Okay, so I survive on instant with a splosh of semi-skimmed and a chemical sweetener, but I'm sure I would appreciate the finer qualities of real coffee if only someone would come round to my house every hour on the hour and make me a cup.
      • Undeterred by the stubborn green tomatoes, Samuel has chopped them into chunks and fried them in oil, garlic and chillies with a splosh of sweet Spanish vinegar.
      • Add the stock and two or three sploshes of Worcester Sauce, mixing all the while, bring to a gentle boil, and cook until the sauce begins to reduce.
      • A blue worm threading its way through sploshes of paint leaves me cold.

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