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bash

verb [T]  /bæʃ/ infml us  

bash verb [T] (HIT)

to attack someone or something with an object: He bashed his arm against a shelf. If you bash someone with words, you criticize that person severely: Some of these countries have been bashing the United States.

bash

noun [C]  /bæʃ/ infml us  

bash noun [C] (PARTY)

a large, energetic party: He had a big bash, including live music, for his 18th birthday.
Traducciones de “bash”
en español echar abajo, forzar a golpes…
en francés défoncer, enfoncer…
en alemán einschlagen…
en chino (tradicionál) 撞擊, 猛撞, 猛擊…
en ruso сильно ударять…
en turco şiddetle vurmak, darbe indirmek…
en chino (simplificado) 撞击, 猛撞, 猛击…
en polaco walnąć (się w)…
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