•apply (liquid) to someone or something in the form of tiny drops: the product can be sprayed on to wet or dry hair
•sprinkle or cover with tiny drops of liquid: she sprayed herself with perfume
•(of liquid) be driven through the air or forced out of something in tiny drops: water sprayed into the air
•scatter (something) somewhere with great force: the truck shuddered to a halt, spraying gravel from under its wheels
•(of a male cat) direct a stream of urine over (an object or area) to mark a territory: cats usually spray areas they have sprayed before [no object]: many people try to discourage their cats from spraying
•(in sport) kick, hit, or throw (the ball) in an unpredictable way: he began his round by spraying his fairway shotshttp://oxforddictionaries.com/definition/engl...