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Spanish translation of “dash”

dash

verb /dӕʃ/
to move with speed and violence
correr
A squirrel dashed across the road.
to knock, throw etc violently, especially so as to break
lanzar, arrojar
He dashed the bottle to pieces against the wall.
to bring down suddenly and violently or to make very depressed
frustrar
Our hopes were dashed.
dashing adjective smart and lively
gallardo, apuesto
a dashing young man She looks very dashing in her new clothes.
dash off phrasal verb to write quickly
escribir de prisa y corriendo
I dashed off an email to my brother.
to leave hastily
irse corriendo
She dashed off to the shops.
(Definition of dash from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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