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cosh

noun [C] uk   /kɒʃ/  us   /kɑːʃ/ UK (US blackjack)
a short, heavy stick made of metal or rubber, used as a weapon

cosh

verb [T] uk   /kɒʃ/  us   /kɑːʃ/ UK
to hit someone with a cosh: He was coshed outside the pub.
Translations of “cosh”
in Chinese (Traditional) (用作武器的)短棍,短棒…
in Chinese (Simplified) (用作武器的)短棍,短棒…
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