a vigorous blow;
"the sudden knock floored him"
"he took a bash right in his face"
"he got a bang on the head"
an uproarious party
- He was bashed up in the playground by some older boys.
- He tripped and bashed his head against the railing.
- He was always bashing the trade unions.
- He gave Mike a bash on the nose.
- He gave me a bash on the eyes.
- We got home at 2:00 a.m. from our company's bash.
Peg's injunction to 'give 'im a bash'.出自： M. Gee
London's full of students rushing about bashing policemen.出自： D. Lessing
He had lifted a stone from the pasture and was bashing something with it.出自： J. Herriot
Voices in the Conservative Party arguing moderation rather than 'union bashing' in its approach to the closed shop.出自：Times