Word: swash

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Synonyms: swash

bluster, swagger, brag, tout, gas, gasconade, blow, boast, vaunt, shoot a line, plash, splosh, spatter, splash, splatter

Translations: swash

spanish
chapoteo, oscilante, resaca, oscilante de


german
planschen, schwappen

french
clapotis, oscillant, cyclique, nutation, en biais

italian
oscillante, inclinato, sciabordio, di sciabordio

portuguese
marulhar, esparrinhar, oscilante, do swash

dutch
kletteren, schommelplaat, tuimelschijf, sier letter

russian
плеск, помои, отмель, прибой

norwegian
pyntebokstav

swedish
sned, pendlande, sväng, glid

finnish
pyörintälevyn, pyörintälevyjen, pyörintälevy, ohjauslevyt

danish
skråstillelse, Kamplader

czech
šplouchat, Swash, kývavým, šumět

polish
pluskać, plusk, pluskanie, krzywkowy

hungarian
loccsant, Swash, ferde, imbolygótárcsa, vezérlőtárcsának

turkish
çalkantı, eğik, oynak, çalkalamak

greek
πλαταγώ, κεκλιμένης στρεφόμενης, της κεκλιμένης στρεφόμενης, κεκλιμένης στρεφόμενης πλάκας

ukrainian
брязкати, клацали

albanian
llokoçit, llokoçis

bulgarian
пляс, люлеещи, люлеещи се, с люлеещи, люлеещи се шайби

belarusian
лязгать, ляскаць

estonian
lokse, laksatama, laksuma, laksatus

croatian
pljuskati, šljiskati

icelandic
Swash

lithuanian
tėkšti, sekluma, pliaukšėti, pliuškenti, bangų mūša

latvian
šļaksts, Swash

macedonian
плискам

romanian
oscilant, pendular, oscilantă

slovenian
nihajna, Šljiskati, nihajno, nihajna plošča

slovak
špliechať, čľapkať

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The meaning and "use of": swash

verb
  • (of water or an object in water) move with a splashing sound.
  • (of a person) flamboyantly swagger about or wield a sword.

noun
  • the rush of seawater up the beach after the breaking of a wave.

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