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spill

1 spill /ˈspɪl/ verb
spills chiefly US spilled /ˈspɪld/ or chiefly British spilt /ˈspɪlt/ ; spilling
1 spill
/ˈspɪl/
verb
spills chiefly US spilled /ˈspɪld/ or chiefly British spilt /ˈspɪlt/ ; spilling
Learner's definition of SPILL
[+ object] : to cause or allow (something) to fall, flow, or run over the edge of a container usually in an accidental way使溅出;使溢出
sometimes used figuratively有时用作比喻
[no object] : to fall or flow over the edge of a container洒出;溢出
sometimes used figuratively有时用作比喻
[no object] : to move or spread out into a wider place or area涌出
[+ object] US, informal : to tell (a secret) to someone向…泄露(秘密)

cry over spilled/spilt milk

see 1cry

spill blood

see blood

spill over

[phrasal verb]
: to be completely covered or filled with something : to be overflowing with something充满;装满
: to spread and begin to affect other people, areas, etc.波及
see also spillover

spill the beans

see bean

spill your guts

see 1gut
2 spill /ˈspɪl/ noun
plural spills
2 spill
/ˈspɪl/
noun
plural spills
Learner's definition of SPILL
[count]
: an accident in which liquid is spilled or an amount of liquid that is spilled溢出;溢出量
: an accidental act of falling意外跌落
TOEFL IELTS BNC: 4486 COCA: 3671

spill

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verb

spilled ˈspild How to pronounce spill (audio) ˈspilt How to pronounce spill (audio) also spilt ˈspilt How to pronounce spill (audio) ; spilling

transitive verb

1
: to cause or allow especially accidentally or unintentionally to fall, flow, or run out so as to be lost or wasted
2
a
: to cause (blood) to be lost by wounding
b
archaic : kill, destroy
3
: to let out : divulge
spill a secret
4
a
: to relieve (a sail) from the pressure of the wind so as to reef or furl it
b
: to relieve the pressure of (wind) on a sail by coming about or by adjusting the sail with lines
5
: to throw off or out
a horse spilled him

intransitive verb

1
a
: to flow, run, or fall out, over, or off and become wasted, scattered, or lost
water spilling over the dam
b
: to cause or allow something to spill
2
: to spread profusely or beyond bounds
crowds spilled into the streets
3
: to fall from one's place (as on a horse)
spillable adjective
spiller noun

spill

2 of 3

noun (1)

1
: the act or an instance of spilling
especially : a fall from a horse or vehicle or an erect position
2
: something spilled

spill

3 of 3

noun (2)

1
: a wooden splinter
2
: a small roll or twist of paper or slip of wood for lighting a fire
Phrases
spill one's guts
: to divulge especially personal information
spill the beans
: to divulge secret or hidden information

Example Sentences

Verb I accidentally spilled coffee all over my new suit. Clean up the flour you spilled on the floor. a puddle of spilled water Water spilled over the dam. She opened the door and light spilled into the room. an interviewer who gets celebrities to spill their secrets Come on, spill it. Who gave you the money? See More

Word History

Etymology

Verb

Middle English, from Old English spillan; akin to Old English spildan to destroy and perhaps to Latin spolium animal skin, Greek sphallein to cause to fall

Noun (2)

Middle English spille; akin to Middle Low German spīle thin stick, peg

First Known Use

Verb

before the 12th century, in the meaning defined at transitive sense 2b

Noun (1)

circa 1845, in the meaning defined at sense 1

Noun (2)

14th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

Time Traveler
The first known use of spill was before the 12th century
TOEFL IELTS BNC: 4486 COCA: 3671
spill

verb

ADVERB | VERB + SPILL | PREPOSITION ADVERBalmost幾乎溢出/潑出accidentally意外溢出/潑出out, over溢到/潑到外面After the clubs closed, the drinkers spilled out into the streets.俱樂部打烊後,酒客們湧到大街上。He nodded, his tears spilling over.他點了點頭,眼淚流了出來。VERB + SPILLtry not to盡量不溢出/潑出let sth讓⋯灑落He opened the curtains, letting the morning light spill into the room.他拉開窗簾,讓晨光灑進房間裏。PREPOSITIONacross, down, from, into, on, onto, out of, over溢到⋯;沿⋯溢下;從⋯中溢出;濺入⋯;灑到⋯上;從⋯中濺出;濺滿⋯I accidentally spilled my drink all over him.我不小心把飲料灑了他一身。
TOEFL IELTS BNC: 4486 COCA: 3671
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0_0: Translations of spill
  • # n.
    捻子: spill, wick
  • # v.
    潑: spill, splash, sprinkle
    潑掉: spill, splash, sprinkle
    撒: cast, drop, scatter, spill, spread, sprinkle
    灑: shed, spill, spray, sprinkle
    洒: spill
    攄: dart, diffuse, express, jump up, lay, spill
    溢: overflow, spill

0_0: Definitions of spill
  • # verb.
    - cause or allow (liquid) to flow over the edge of its container, especially unintentionally.
    * you'll spill that tea if you're not careful
    - reveal (confidential information) to someone.
    * there's nothing worse than friends who spill secrets
    - cause to fall off a horse or bicycle.
    * the horse was wrenched off course, spilling his rider
    - let (wind) out of a sail, typically by slackening the sheets.
    * None
  • # noun.
    - a quantity of liquid that has spilled or been spilled.
    * wipe up spills immediately
    - a fall from a horse or bicycle.
    * Granddad took a spill while riding the bay mare
    - a thin strip of wood or paper used for lighting a fire, candle, pipe, etc.

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