1 splash /ˈsplæʃ/ verb
splashes; splashed; splashing
1 splash
splashes; splashed; splashing
Learner's definition of SPLASH
always followed by an adverb or preposition, [no object] of a liquid : to move, fall, or hit something in a noisy or messy way
[+ object]
: to cause (water or another liquid) to move in a noisy way or messy way
: to make (someone or something) wet with large drops of water or another liquid
[no object] : to move through water in a noisy and messy way
[+ object] : to mark (something) with patches of color or light often used as (be) splashed with

splash across/over

[phrasal verb]
splash (something) across/over (something)
: to put (something, such as a photograph or news headline) in a place or position where it will be easily seen by many people

splash down

[phrasal verb] of a spacecraft
: to land in the ocean
see also splashdown

splash out

[phrasal verb]
splash out or splash out (something) or splash (something) out British, informal
: to spend a lot of money
2 splash /ˈsplæʃ/ noun
plural splashes
2 splash
plural splashes
Learner's definition of SPLASH
: the sound made when someone or something hits liquid or when liquid hits something usually singular
: the movement of liquid when something hits it usually singular
[count] : a mark or spot made when a liquid is splashed on something often + of
[count] : a small area of bright color or light + of
[singular] informal : a small amount of liquid added to a drink usually + of

make a splash

: to attract a lot of attention in an exciting way