verb (used without object), splurged, splurging.
to indulge oneself in some luxury or pleasure, especially a costly one:
They splurged on a trip to Europe.
to show off.
verb (used with object), splurged, splurging.
to spend (money) lavishly or ostentatiously:
He splurged thousands on the party.
an ostentatious display, especially an extravagantly expensive one.
an ostentatious display, esp of wealth
a bout of unrestrained extravagance
(often foll by on) to spend (money) unrestrainedly or extravagantly
language Specification Language for Parallel cross-product of processes and sequential modules. [“Parallel Module Specification on SPLX”, C.F. Nourani, SIGPLAN Notices 27(1):114-115, Jan 1992]. (1997-09-26)
spm abbr. suppression and mutation (used of a gene that leads to unstable mutants) Sequential Parlog Machine spm suppression and mutation (of mutants that are unstable) SPM 1. single professional male 2. software programmers manual 3. suspended particulate matter
SPMC Society of Paper Money Collectors
single processor/multiple data