splash (someone, something, or oneself) with (something)

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splash (someone, something, or oneself) with (something)

To slosh or spatter some liquid onto someone, something, or oneself. The frying pan keeps splashing me with hot grease. I don't know why everyone thinks this painting is so brilliant. It looks like the artist just randomly splashed a canvas with paint! He splashed himself with cold water to help wake up.
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splash someone or something with something

to scatter or slosh someone or something with a liquid. The whales at Sea World splashed everyone in the audience with water. I splashed the side of the stove with pancake batter when I dropped the bowl.
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? Have cool baths or showers, and splash yourself with cool water.
Immediately add the raspberries and stir - be careful you don't splash yourself with the hot juices and don't touch the bowl.
Do this in batches so as not to lower the oil temperature and lower them in gently so you don't splash yourself with fat.
Splash yourself with cold water at regular intervals and take cool baths or showers.
Add a little cooking oil to the pan and place the fish gently one at a time, being careful not to splash yourself with any hot oil.
Take cool showers or splash yourself with cold water.