from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To squirt or spray (something) quickly.
- n. A quick squirt or spray, as of carbonated water.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A sprinkling or spray of liquid; a small amount of liquid.
- v. To spray, sprinkle, or squirt lightly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. eject (a liquid) quickly
- v. cover (a location) wholly or partially by squirting a liquid onto it
- n. a quick squirt of some liquid (usually carbonated water)
[where's my spray bottle?] [[oh there it is.]] * spritz, spritz*
A little olive oil, salt, pepper, and at the very end, a spritz from a fresh key lime.
i just can say: you are right. we are from austria, and we just came back from our trip to venice. it was great everywhere, but in dorsaduro its very special. the prices are much better and also the typical italian style. and also the spritz is a very great drink. so nice regards from austria to usa.
And so he can offer them the yuzu and rose spritz, which is the first of Craft's nonalcoholic cocktails I tried.
The health warning has been launched in the north-east Veneto region and features a drink unique to the area - the "spritz", a mixture of white wine, Campari and a shot of sparkling water.
After correctly spelling words such as "spritz" in the same careful, deliberate plod, he was one of just three New Orleans students left on stage.
Anywhere a blood trail runs thin, "spritz" the ground with the solution.
The glaze -- butter, hot sauce, honey and a spritz of lemon -- is classic and perfectly proportioned, and the technique of smearing the wings with a blue cheese "dip" before coating them in flour and cornstarch is sheer brilliance.
Grill'em with lemonpepper and garlic with a squeeze of lemon juice and a spritz of butter.
Guns come from the factory covered in grease, which you have to clean off with a cloth and a spritz of oil.