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bash

verb /bӕʃ/
(sometimes with in) to beat or smash (in)
echar abajo, forzar a golpes
The soldiers bashed in the door.
bash on/ahead (with) phrasal verb to go on doing something especially in a careless or inattentive way
continuar haciendo de manera negligente
In spite of his father’s advice, he bashed on with the project.
have a bash at (British, informal) to make an attempt at
intentar, probar
Although he was not a handyman, he had a bash at mending the lock.
Translations of “bash”
in French défoncer, enfoncer…
in German einschlagen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 撞擊, 猛撞, 猛擊…
in Russian сильно ударять…
in Turkish şiddetle vurmak, darbe indirmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 撞击, 猛撞, 猛击…
in Polish walnąć (się w)…
(Definition of bash from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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