verb (used with object)
a less common word for splash
another word for pleach
“small puddle, shallow pool, wet ground,” Old English plæsc “pool of water, puddle,” probably imitative (cf. Dutch plass “pool”). Meaning “noise made by splashing” is first recorded 1510s.
“to splash,” 1580s, from plash (n.) and also imitative (cf. Dutch plassen, German platschen). Related: Plashed; plashing.
“to interlace,” late 15c., from Old French plaissier, from Latin plectere “to plait” (see complex (adj.)). Related: Plashed; plashing.
[plash] /plæʃ/ noun 1. a gentle splash. 2. a pool or puddle. verb (used with or without object) 3. to splash gently. [plash] /plæʃ/ verb (used with object) 1. . /plæʃ/ verb, noun 1. a less common word for splash /plæʃ/ verb 1. another word for pleach n. “small puddle, shallow pool, wet ground,” Old […]
adjective without a splash
[plash-ee] /ˈplæʃ i/ adjective, plashier, plashiest. 1. marshy; wet. 2. . /ˈplæʃɪ/ adjective plashier, plashiest 1. wet or marshy 2. splashing or splashy
1. a combining form with the meaning “growth, cellular multiplication,” of the kind specified by the initial element: hypoplasia. combining form 1. indicating growth, development, or change: hypoplasia word-forming element in biology and medicine denoting “formation, growth, development,” from Modern Latin -plasia, from Greek plasis “molding, formation,” from plassein “to mold” (see plasma). -plasia or […]
1. variant of before a vowel: plasmapheresis. 1. a combining form with the meanings “living substance,” “tissue,” “substance of a cell,” used in the formation of compound words: endoplasm; neoplasm; cytoplasm. [plaz-muh] /ˈplæz mə/ noun 1. Anatomy, Physiology. the liquid part of blood or lymph, as distinguished from the suspended elements. 2. Cell Biology. . […]