English version

make a splash

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmake a splashmake a splashinformalATTENTION to do something that gets a lot of public attention Russell’s new show made a big splash in New York. splash
Examples from the Corpus
make a splashYou could always make a splash at your local pool.Cameron Diaz made a big splash in "The Mask."How could such a one as Hatton restrain himself from making a splash?He was going to make a splash the nature of which was still to be determined.To make a splash in this town it takes a revolutionary concept or a multimillion-dollar decor.As a team, the two made splashes with the Royalton and Paramount hotels in New York.
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