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Verb: bash  bash
Usage: informal
  1. Hit hard
    "He bashed his opponent";
    - sock [informal], bop [informal], whop [informal], whap [N. Amer, informal], bonk [informal], clonk [informal], boink [N. Amer, informal], whack [informal], wham [informal], wallop [informal], clock [UK, informal], lamp [UK, informal], belt [informal]
Noun: bash  bash
Usage: informal
  1. A vigorous blow
    "he took a bash right in his face";
    - knock, bang, smash, belt [informal], sock [informal]
     
  2. A party or social event
    - do
     
  3. [Brit, informal] A usually brief attempt
    - crack, fling, go, pass, whirl [informal], offer

Derived forms: bashed, bashes, bashing

Type of: attempt, blow, bump, effort, endeavor [US], endeavour [Brit, Cdn], hit, party, try

Encyclopedia: Bash, David