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spritz (v.)

1917, from Yiddish or directly from German spritzen "to squirt," from Middle High German sprützen "to squirt, sprout," from Proto-Germanic *sprut- (see sprout (v.)). Spritzer "glass of wine mixed with carbonated water" is from 1961.

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Definitions of spritz from WordNet
1
spritz (v.)
eject (a liquid) quickly;
spritz water on a surface
spritz (v.)
cover (a location) wholly or partially by squirting a liquid onto it;
2
spritz (n.)
a quick squirt of some liquid (usually carbonated water);
From wordnet.princeton.edu