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The example sentences of SPLASH OVER in videos (1 in total of 1)

the determiner wooden adjective boat noun, singular or mass feel noun, singular or mass the determiner small adjective waves noun, plural splash verb, non-3rd person singular present over preposition or subordinating conjunction your possessive pronoun bare adjective feet noun, plural remember verb, non-3rd person singular present you personal pronoun met verb, past participle jesus proper noun, singular

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What does "splash over" mean?
"splash over" is an English idiom. Meaning "[for a volume of liquid] to overflow its container."

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off the shelf

not designed or made to order but taken from existing stock or supplies.

not designed or made to order but taken from existing stock or supplies.

buy time

delay an event temporarily so as to have longer to improve one's own position.

delay an event temporarily so as to have longer to improve one's own position.

I suppose so

used to express hesitant or reluctant agreement.

used to express hesitant or reluctant agreement.

trump card

A key resource to gain an advantage at the opportune moment, as in , or . Th ...

A key resource to gain an advantage at the opportune moment, as in , or . This expression transfers the trump card of games such as bridge, which can win over a card of another suit, to other kinds of advantage. [Early 1800s]

booze up

To drink a lot of alcohol.

To drink a lot of alcohol.