liquid that is spilled
"clean up the spills"
spillway, spill, wasteweir(noun)
a channel that carries excess water over or around a dam or other obstruction
spill, spillage, release(noun)
the act of allowing a fluid to escape
dismissal, passing, departure, firing, vent, tumble, button, waiver, spillage, dismission, tone ending, loss, freeing, sack, press release, discharge, liberation, release, handout, exit, sacking, expiration, going, fall, wasteweir, acquittance, spillway, outlet
spill, tumble, fall(verb)
a sudden drop from an upright position
"he had a nasty spill on the ice"
gloaming, autumn, declension, declination, tumble, pin, spillage, gloam, drop, downfall, crepuscle, descent, capitulation, release, decline, declivity, downslope, dusk, surrender, evenfall, dip, fall, wasteweir, crepuscule, twilight, free fall, spillway, nightfall
spill, slop, splatter(verb)
cause or allow (a liquid substance) to run or flow from a container
"spill the milk"; "splatter water"
spill, run out(verb)
flow, run or fall out and become lost
"The milk spilled across the floor"; "The wine spilled onto the table"
spill, shed, disgorge(verb)
cause or allow (a solid substance) to flow or run out or over
"spill the beans all over the table"
vomit, talk, splatter, upchuck, barf, cast off, be sick, molt, honk, moult, puke, chuck, pour forth, throw, cast, spue, slop, purge, regorge, slough, vomit up, shake off, throw off, disgorge, throw away, run out, drop, cat, sick, spew, regurgitate, throw up, retch, exuviate, shed
spill, shed, pour forth(verb)
pour out in drops or small quantities or as if in drops or small quantities
"shed tears"; "spill blood"; "God shed His grace on Thee"
"If you don't oblige me, I'll talk!"; "The former employee spilled all the details"
babble, peach, pour forth, talk, tattle, splatter, babble out, disgorge, blab, run out, sing, lecture, spill the beans, speak, verbalize, utter, blab out, verbalise, slop, shed, mouth, let the cat out of the bag
reduce the pressure of wind on (a sail)
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How to use spill in a sentence?
Thanks to this new geomagnetic survey, we have learned that the space encircled by the citys walls was fully developed and that its population was large enough even to spill beyond the citys walls, just as importantly, this was happening in a period long thought to be characterized by urban decline and demographic collapse.
This is easily going to spill over into the second quarter, there isn't a day that goes by now without half a dozen companies expecting some sort of negative effect.
The federal government’s turning a blind eye as offshore fracking threatens to poison our beautiful beaches and coastal waters, we need offshore fracking stopped immediately before chemical contamination or an oil spill devastates California’s coastal communities and kills sea otters and other endangered marine wildlife.
Never Drink and Drive . . . you might spill.
Despite being responsible for the worst North Sea spill in a decade, the level of the fine is literally a drop in the ocean when compared to the billions earned by Shell annually.
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- دلق, أراق, أسجمArabic
- vessarCatalan, Valencian
- schütten, verschüttenGerman
- läikkyä, putoaminen, päästää, levitä, läikkyminen, läikyttää, kaataaFinnish
- renverser, déversement, déverser, répandreFrench
- szór, önt, borítHungarian
- rovesciare, versareItalian
- 零す, 零れるJapanese
- morsen, gemorsteDutch
- проли́ть, разлива́ть, просы́пать, разлива́ться, рассыпа́ть, пролива́ться, просы́паться, рассыпа́ться, пролива́ть, разли́ть, просыпа́ть, разли́ться, рассы́пать, просыпа́ться, проли́ться, рассы́патьсяRussian
- spilla, spillSwedish
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