make a splash

Idiom

make a splash

Definition

used to describe a situation when something or someone has made a strong impression or had a significant impact

Examples

The new product launch has made a real splash in the industry.

He made a big splash when he entered the room.

That performance was sure to make a splash.

The new restaurant has made a splash in the city.

She made a splash with her debut album.

Origin

often attributed to the idea of creating a large splash when something is thrown into a body of water

FAQs

Q1

What does the phrase “make a splash” mean?

A1

The phrase “make a splash” is used to describe a situation when something or someone has made a strong impression or had a significant impact.