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bash

noun [C]
 
 
/bæʃ/ informal
PARTY a partyCelebrations, parties and special occasionsSpecific holidays and festivals
HIT a hard hit on something: a bash on the noseHitting against objects accidentally and colliding
have a bash (at sth) UK informal to try to do something: I've never been water-skiing but I'd love to have a bash at it.Trying and making an effortEffort and expending energy
Translations of “bash”
in Vietnamese vết lõm…
in Spanish abolladura…
in Thai รอยบุ๋ม…
in Malaysian remuk…
in French bosse…
in German die Beule…
in Chinese (Traditional) 撞擊, 猛擊, 痛打…
in Indonesian penyok…
in Russian гулянка, сильный удар…
in Turkish parti, grup, darbe…
in Chinese (Simplified) 撞击, 猛击, 痛打…
in Polish impreza, uderzenie…
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