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bash

verb [T]  us   /bæʃ/ infml

bash verb [T] (HIT)

to attack someone or something with an object: He bashed his arm against a shelf. If you bash someone with words, you criticize that person severely: Some of these countries have been bashing the United States.

bash

noun [C]  us   /bæʃ/ infml

bash noun [C] (PARTY)

a large, energetic party: He had a big bash, including live music, for his 18th birthday.
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