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    The hot oil spilled on my hand.

    The hot oil spilled on my hand.
    The hot oil splashed on my hand.

    Do we use spilled or splash if only few drip of hot oil.

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    Re: The hot oil spilled on my hand.

    For a few drops, "splashed" would be more common.

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