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spatter on someone or something

[for a liquid or something moist] to splash onto someone or something. When Kelly painted the hallway, a lot of paint spattered on the floor. The hot fat spattered on me.
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spatter someone or something up

to get drops of a liquid or bits of something moist onto someone or something. The painter spattered his partner up when he dropped the paint bucket accidentally. The falling paint bucket spattered up the wall.
See also: spatter, up

spatter someone or something with something

to splash someone or something with drops of a liquid or bits of something moist. Frank spattered us with grapefruit juice as he was eating a half of grapefruit. He even spattered the wall with juice.
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spatter something around

to scatter bits or drops of a liquid or something moist here and there. Ted spattered paint around everywhere when he redecorated his kitchen. Don't spatter around the paint.
See also: around, spatter

spatter something on(to) someone or something

to scatter or splash bits or drops of a liquid or something moist onto someone or something. Who spattered barbecue sauce onto the wall? The paint can fell and spattered paint on everyone.
See also: on, spatter
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INCREASES PRODUCTIVITY The independent consultancy Refaconsult confirms the advantages Aerodag Ceramishield provides: Since the production process no longer has to be interrupted to clean welding equipment, time-consuming removal of spatter using expensive and environmentally hazardous chemicals is no longer necessary.
In the future, resident blood spatter analysts may become as common as fingerprint experts in law enforcement agencies; however, the lack of these specialists in no way should preclude obtaining vital blood spatter evidence at crime scenes.
Welding productivity can be maximised with the use of anti-spatter treatments and sprays, which are designed to make spatter removal easy.
though each dog gets a bit of meat, a spatter of juice.
Because they have more water, diet spreads may spatter when heated.
Blood spatter analyst Stuart James was speaking at the trial of Molly Martens, 33, and her 67-year-old father Thomas Martens.
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Samantha Warner, a forensic scientist, told Newcastle Crown Court that the pattern of blood spatter gave clues about what had happened when she was attacked.
This coating was designed specifically to reduce spatter build-up on welding torches, thereby also reducing production costs and saving time.
Mrs Weston told the jury that blood spatter stains from Mrs Jamil were found on the linoleum underneath the glove.
However, the method of testing this is both time-consuming and prone to error: a spatter of blood does not travel in a straight line as the strings suggest, but follows a ballistic curve that depends on its velocity.
Unfortunately, due to its proximity to the weld puddle, the nozzle is a common source of spatter accumulation that can obstruct that shielding gas flow.
A replaceable spatter shield protects optical and electronic components from damage.
1 : to splash with drops or small bits of something wet <Don't spatter the floor with paint.
The units clear weld spatter, chips, burrs, and paint.