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Spray vs. Spritz

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  • Spray (noun)

    A fine, gentle, dispersed mist of liquid.

    "The sailor could feel the spray from the waves."

  • Spray (noun)

    A pressurized container; an atomizer.

  • Spray (noun)

    Any of numerous commercial products, including paints, cosmetics, and insecticides, that are dispensed from containers in this manner.

  • Spray (noun)

    A jet of fine medicated vapour, used either as an application to a diseased part or to charge the air of a room with a disinfectant or a deodorizer.

  • Spray (noun)

    A side channel or branch of the runner of a flask, made to distribute the metal to all parts of the mold.

  • Spray (noun)

    A group of castings made in the same mold and connected by sprues formed in the runner and its branches.

  • Spray (noun)

    A small branch of flowers or berries.

    "The bridesmaid carried a spray of lily-of-the-valley."

  • Spray (noun)

    A collective body of small branches.

    "The tree has a beautiful spray."

  • Spray (noun)

    Branches and twigs collectively; foliage.

  • Spray (noun)

    An orchard.

  • Spray (noun)

    An ornament or design that resembles a branch.

  • Spray (verb)

    To project a liquid in a dispersive manner toward something.

    "The firemen sprayed the house."

    "Using a water cannon, the national guard sprayed the protesters."

  • Spray (verb)

    To project in a dispersive manner.

    "Spray some ointment on that scratch."

    "The water sprayed out of the hose."

  • Spray (verb)

    To project many small items dispersively.

  • Spray (verb)

    To urinate in order to mark territory.

  • Spray (verb)

    To allocate blocks of memory from (a heap, etc.), and fill them with the same byte sequence, hoping to establish that sequence in a certain predetermined location as part of an exploit.

    "to spray the heap of a target process"

  • Spritz (noun)

    A sprinkling or spray of liquid; a small amount of liquid.

    "Fish is good with a spritz of lemon juice."

  • Spritz (verb)

    To spray, sprinkle, or squirt lightly.

    "It's hard to keep hair in a specific hairdo when you just spritz only a little bit of hair spray."

  • Spritz (verb)

    To drizzle, to rain lightly.

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Webster Dictionary
  • Spray (noun)

    a pesticide in suspension or solution; intended for spraying

  • Spray (noun)

    a dispenser that turns a liquid (such as perfume) into a fine spray

  • Spray (noun)

    a quantity of small objects flying through the air;

    "a spray of bullets"

  • Spray (noun)

    flower arrangement consisting of a single branch or shoot bearing flowers and foliage

  • Spray (noun)

    water in small drops in the atmosphere; blown from waves or thrown up by a waterfall

  • Spray (noun)

    a jet of vapor

  • Spray (verb)

    be discharged in sprays of liquid;

    "Water sprayed all over the floor"

  • Spray (verb)

    scatter in a mass or jet of droplets;

    "spray water on someone"

    "spray paint on the wall"

  • Spray (verb)

    cover by spraying with a liquid;

    "spray the wall with paint"

  • Spritz (noun)

    a quick squirt of some liquid (usually carbonated water)

  • Spritz (verb)

    eject (a liquid) quickly;

    "spritz water on a surface"

  • Spritz (verb)

    cover (a location) wholly or partially by squirting a liquid onto it;

    "Spritz the lawn with water"

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