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rash

adjective  /ræʃ/ us  

rash adjective (WITHOUT THOUGHT)

without thought for what might happen or result; unwise in your actions: a rash statement It was rash of them to get married so quickly.

rash

noun  /ræʃ/ us  

rash noun (SKIN CONDITION)

[C] a group of spots or a raised area on the skin resulting from illness or from touching a harmful substance: an itchy rash

rash noun (LARGE NUMBER)

[C usually sing] a large number, esp. of something happening in a short period of time: There’s been a rash of robberies in the valley.
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