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  1. splatter

    • IPA[ˈsplatə]

    英式

    • v.
      splash with a liquid, typically a thick or viscous one;splash (a liquid) over a surface or object
    • n.
      a spot or trail of a thick or viscous liquid splashed over a surface or object;denoting or referring to films featuring many violent and gruesome deaths
    • verb: splatter, 3rd person present: splatters, gerund or present participle: splattering, past tense: splattered, past participle: splattered

    • noun: splatter, plural noun: splatters

    • 釋義

    動詞

    • 1. splash with a liquid, typically a thick or viscous one a passing cart rolled by, splattering him with mud
    • splash (a liquid) over a surface or object she wiped the splattered blood from her face
    • (of a liquid) splash heavy droplets of rain splatter on to the windscreen
    • 2. informal prominently or sensationally publish (a story) in a newspaper the story is splattered over pages two and three

    名詞

    • 1. a spot or trail of a thick or viscous liquid splashed over a surface or object each puddle we crossed threw a splatter of mud on the windshield
    • 2. informal denoting or referring to films featuring many violent and gruesome deaths a splatter movie
    • 更多解釋
    • IPA[ˈspladər]

    美式

    • v.
      splash with a sticky or viscous liquid: a passing cart rolled by, splattering him with mud
    • n.
      a spot or trail of a sticky or viscous liquid splashed over a surface or object: each puddle we crossed threw a splatter of mud on the windshield

    Oxford American Dictionary