to land in a body of water in a returning spacecraft.
(of a spacecraft) to land in a body of water.
Land in water, as in The spacecraft splashed down within a few hundred yards of the pickup point. The splash in this idiom alludes to the impact of a solid body on water. [ c. 1960 ]
noun 1. a person or thing that splashes. 2. something that protects from splashes. noun 1. anything used for protection against splashes
noun 1. erosion caused by the impact of falling raindrops.
noun 1. a large flap behind a rear tire to prevent mud, water, etc., from being splashed on the following vehicle.
- Splash out
verb 1. (informal, mainly Brit) (adverb) often foll by on. to spend (money) freely or extravagantly (on something)