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thrash

verb /θrӕʃ/
to strike with blows
azotar
The child was soundly thrashed.
to move about violently
revolcarse; debatirse
The wounded animal thrashed about/around on the ground.
to defeat easily, by a large margin
derrotar, dar una paliza
Our team was thrashed eighteen-nil.
thrashing noun a physical beating
zurra, paliza
He needs a good thrashing!
(Definition of thrash from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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