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    • To hit with much, smashing blow: The thug…
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bash definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To hit with much, smashing blow: The thug bashed the hood associated with the vehicle with a sledgehammer.
    • To beat or assault severely: law enforcement detained the guys who bashed an immigrant inside playground.
    • Informal To criticize (another) harshly, accusatorially, and threateningly: "He bashed the . . . federal government unmercifully throughout the . . . spy event” ( Lally Weymouth).
    • To hit heavily; to beat; to break.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • Informal To engage in harsh, accusatory, harmful criticism.
  • noun:
    • casual huge, smashing blow.
    • Slang A celebration; a celebration.
    • a sizable party; gala event.
    • An attack that is composed of placing all a person's body weight into a downward attack with your fists.
    • a forceful blow, especially one that does damage to its target.
    • a elaborate or vibrant social gathering or celebration.
    • A blow that hits off form, or departs a dent.
    • an uproarious party
    • a vigorous blow
  • verb:
    • To strike greatly.
    • To collide.
    • To criticize harshly.
    • To abash; to disconcert or perhaps disconcerted or put-out of countenance.
    • To abash; to disconcert or be disconcerted or put-out of countenance.
    • struck hard
  • others:
    • To hit with a heavy blow; beat violently; knock out of form.
    • To hit; knock.
    • To daunt; dismay; abash; confound; confuse.
    • To be daunted, dismayed, or confounded.
    • To be abashed or embarrassed; go off countenance.
    • In coal-mining, to fill with rubbish (space from which coal is taken).
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