To cause (something) to scatter fluid in flying masses: splashed their hands in the water.
To make (one's way) with or by scattering of fluid.
To apply patches or spots of a contrasting, usually bright, color to: a floral pattern that was splashed with pink; moonlight splashing the deserted courtyard.
To display or publicize very noticeably: Their engagement was splashed all over the tabloids.
To cause a fluid to scatter in flying masses: splashed about in the swimming pool.
To fall into or move through fluid with this effect: We splashed through the waves.
To move, spill, or fly about in scattered masses: Whipped cream splashed onto the counter.
To produce a sound or sight associated with this effect.
The act or sound of splashing: went for a splash in the lake; heard the splash of the fish being thrown back.
A flying mass of fluid.
A small amount, especially of a fluid: a splash of liqueur on the cake.
A marking produced by or as if by scattered fluid: a splash of light.
A great though often short-lived impression; a stir: a publicity splash.
splash down To land in water. Used of a spacecraft or missile.