spatters, 3rd person singular present; spattered, past participle; spattering, present participle; spattered, past tense;
Cover with drops or spots of something
passing vehicles spattered his shoes and pants with mud
Scatter or splash (liquid, mud, etc.) over a surface
he spatters grease all over the stove
Fall so as to be scattered over an area
she watched the raindrops spatter down
A spray or splash of something
there was a spatter of freckles over her nose
A short outburst of sound
the sharp spatter of shots
the noise of something spattering or sputtering explosively; "he heard a spatter of gunfire"
dash a liquid upon or against; "The mother splashed the baby's face with water"
the act of splashing a (liquid) substance on a surface
sprinkle: rain gently; "It has only sprinkled, but the roads are slick"
spot, splash, or soil; "The baby spattered the bib with food"
To splash with small droplets
(Spattering) Droplets of paint that spin or mist off the roller as paint is being applied.
(Spattering) Is a method of applying small flecks of colour to ware usually with a bristle brush
(Spattering) A decorative paint effect produced by tapping or flicking a loaded paintbrush onto a plain background.
(spattering) spraying droplets of diluted emulsion on to a painted surface by flicking the bristles of the brush, which creates a speckled granite-style finish, more modern-looking that most paint effects.
(Spattering) A technique that involves flicking the paint off the hairs of a bristle brush or toothbrush with your nail to achieve a "speckled" or "fly-specked" appearance.
(Spattering) Small specks of color are randomly sprayed onto finished areas to create an antiqued look.
(Spattering) The action of 'flicking' specks of paints in a controlled random pattern of fine dots. Mostly a positive technique, but spattering spirits would be a negative technique.
(Spattering) also known as fly-speckling or splattering, is a technique which literally involves sprinkling a raw wood surface or painted background with light consistency paint usually of a darker color. A large brush loaded with watery paint or a fly speckler is usually used.
(Spattering) spots of color flicked onto the surface from a brush held above, creating a random pattern of dots.
(spattering) to create texture, spatter paint onto wet or dry ground; use toothbrush, or tap loaded brush against your finger; drops landing on dry surface will keep their hard edges; for softer spots, spatter on damp paper; protect areas where spatters are not wanted.
visible drops of liquid or body fluid that are expelled forcibly into the air and settle out quickly, as distinguished from particles of an aerosol, which remain airborne indefinitely.
The metal particles excluded during arc and gas welding. These particles do not form a part of the finished weld.
Molten material that was ejected from a vent or turbulent flow and which stuck together on landing to form a knobby rock in which the individual lumps are still just recognisable.
The droplets and clots of very fluid molten lava which fall around the base of a lava fountain.
Dots that can appear on a printed image. Spatter seems to be caused by the use of denser-than-normal ink.
In welding, droplets of matter deposited as contaminants.
a lithographic technique in which ink is spattered onto the stone to create a random pattern. Much used by Toulouse-Lautreec.
similar to Overshot, a technique producing spotted or multi-colored glass with white inner casing and clear outer casing by rolling a gather in tiny particles of glass; Spatter is cased, resulting in a smooth surface, whereas Overshot glass is left rough and uneven.
When you weld, especially with the MIG process and 60 series RODS, the arc force blows small droplets of FILLER METAL out onto the surface of the PARENT METAL.